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

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Academic Committee
Chairman
Wu Fenggang Feb 83
Vice-Chairmen
Liang Honggui x
Feb 83
Shen Zenghua x
Feb 83

Z 3. ALL-CHINA RETURNED OVERSEAS CHINESE FEDERATION

Activities re-commenced after the Cultural Revolution in December 1977. The federation's
second congress was held in December 1979, the third in April 1984 and the fourth
followed in December 1989.

Honorary Chairman Earliest
Latest
Liao Chengzhi x
Dec 78
Jun 83
d 1983
Ye Fei x
Apr 84
Dec 89
Zhang Guoji x
Dec 89
Aug 92
d 1992
Zhuang Xiquan x
Apr 84
May 88
d 1988
Chairman
( Zhuang Xiquan) x
Dec 78
Apr 84
d 1988
( Zhang Guoji) x
Apr 84
Dec 89
d 1992
Zhuang Yanlin x
Dec 89
Acting Chairman
( Zhuang Xiquan) x
Mar 61
Dec 78
d 1988
Vice-Chairmen
Chen Binfan Dec 92
Chen Lantong x
Dec 89
Chen Ming(1) x
Apr 84
Chen Zongji x
Dec 78
Sep 91
d 1991
Guo Dihuo x
Dec 78
Apr 86
d 1986
Guo Ruiren x
Dec 78
Hong Sisi x
Dec 78
May 89
d 1989
Huang Changshui x
Dec 78
Jul 80
d 1980
Huang Changxi x
Dec 89
Huang Dengbao x
Apr 84
Aug 88
d 1988
Huang Dingchen x
Apr 84
Dec 89

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