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

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Y 1. ALL-CHINA SPORTS FEDERATION

Re-activated in 1971 following the revival of competititve sport after the Cultural
Revolution.The fourth national congress of the federation was held in March 1979, with
the fifth being convened in March 1989.

President Earliest
Latest
Zhao Zhenghong x
May 75
Mar 77
Zhong Shitong x
Mar 79
Mar 86
Li Menghua x
Mar 86
Acting President
( Zhao Zhenghong) x
May 75
May 75
Vice-Presidents
Chen Xian x
Mar 79
Apr 89
Dong Shouyi x
Oct 56
Jun 78
d 1978
Du Qian x
Mar 79
Apr 89
Fu Yunguang Mar 79
Apr 89
Han Fudong x
Mar 79
Apr 89
(He Zhenliang) x
Mar 86
Apr 89
Huang Jian x
Mar 79
Apr 89
Huang Zhong(1) x
Oct 56
Huo Yingdong x
Apr 89
(f) Li Haifeng x
Mar 79
Apr 89
( Li Menghua) x
Jun 62
Mar 86
(f) Liang Zhuohui x
Mar 79
Apr 89
(f) Lin Liyun x
Mar 79
Apr 89
Liu Ji x
May 92
Liu Jianzhang x
Mar 79
Apr 89
Lu Jindong x
Mar 79
Apr 89
Ma Wanqi x
Apr 89
(f) Panthog (2) Mar 79
Apr 89
(Rong Gaotang) (3) x
Jun 52
Apr 89
Wang Chonglun x
Mar 79
Apr 89
Wang Yaodong Mar 79
Apr 89
Wei Ming x
Mar 79
Apr 89
Xia Xiang(4) x
Mar 79
Dec 83
d 1983
Xu Cai x
Mar 86
Apr 89
Xu Yinsheng x
Mar 86
Apr 89
Yuan Weimin x
Mar 86
Apr 89
(f) Zhang Caizhen x
Mar 86
Apr 89
(f) Zhang Huilian x
Mar 79
Apr 89
Zhang Lianhua (3) x
Mar 79
Apr 89
Zhang Qingji Mar 79
Apr 89
Zhang Zhihuai x
Mar 79
Apr 89

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