Directory of Officials and Organizations in China: A Quarter-Century Guide

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T 11. CHINA TRADITIONAL MEDICINE DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION

Established in June 1985.

President Earliest
Latest
Li Shanqing x
Jun 85

T 12. CHINA ANTI-TUBERCULOSIS ASSOCIATION

First post-Cultural Revolution reference was in June 1978.

President Earliest
Latest
Huang Dingchen x
Jun 78
Vice-President
Qiu Zuyuan x
May 82
Nov 88
d 1988

T 13. ALL-CHINA INVENTORS' ASSOCIATION

Established in October 1985.

Honorary President Earliest
Latest
Nie Rongzhen x
Oct 85
May 92
d 1992
President
Wu Heng x
Oct 85
Vice-Presidents
Cao Peisheng Oct 85
Guo Shuyan x
Oct 85
Huang Xinbai x
Oct 85
Lin Zongtang x
Oct 85
Liu Yandong x
Oct 85
(f) Nie Li x
Oct 85
Wang Chonglun x
Oct 85
Yan Dongsheng x
Oct 85
(f) Zhang Guoying x
Oct 85
(f) Zhang Tiezheng x
Apr 88
Zhang Wei x
Oct 85

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