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

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Z 1. ALL-CHINA HANDICAPPED PEOPLE'S FEDERATION

Re-activated in March 1980 after a fifteen year lapse.

Honorary Presidents Earliest
Latest
Cheng Zihua x
Mar 80
Dec 84
d 1990
Cui Naifu x
Dec 84
Qian Xinzhong x
Dec 84
Wang Zhen x
Mar 89
Mar 93
d 1993
President
(f) Wu Qian Mar 80
Dec 84
d 1987
Lin Tai Dec 84
Mar 88
Deng Pufang x
Mar 88
Vice-Presidents
Fu Zhiwei Dec 84
Guo Jiamo Aug 91
Huang Nai(1) x
Mar 80
(f) Jiang Yiman x
Mar 88
Li Shihan x
Mar 80
Li Zheng x
Mar 80
Dec 84
Liu Jing Oct 90
Liu Xiaocheng Mar 88
Teng Weimin Dec 84
Xie Jin x
Mar 88
Executive Committee
Chairman
Liu Xiaocheng Aug 91
Vice-Chairman
Guo Jianmo Jan 92
Blind Association
President
Gan Bolin Mar 88

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