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

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(f) Huang Junjun x
Apr 84
Deputy Secretaries-General
Lin Ruirong Apr 84
( Xiao Gang) x
Dec 78
Apr 84
( Xu Fagan) Apr 84
Dec 89
1.
From December 1979 to May 983 vice-governor of Shaanxi.Subsequently vice‐ chairman Shaanxi Provincial Congress.
2.
From June 1980 vice-chairman Tianjin CPPCC.
3.
From June 1980 to April 1983 vice-governor of Liaoning.
4.
From January 1978 until his death vice-chairman Fujian CPPCC.
5.
Professor at the Academy of Fine Arts.
6.
Artist. From December 1979 vice-chairman Guangxi CPPCC.
7.
Standing committee member of the Zhigongdang.
8.
From March 1987 director Henan Overseas Chinese Affairs Office.
9.
From February 1987 deputy director Sichuan Overseas Chinese Affairs Office.
10.
Author.
11.
From May 1978 until his death deputy director Beijing Languages Institute.
12.
From December 1979 vice-chairman Yunnan CPPCC.
13.
Returned to China in 1978.

Z 4. ALL-CHINA TAIWAN COMPATRIOTS' FEDERATION

Activities re-commenced following the Cultural Revolution in December 1981, with the
fourth congress being convened in May 1991.

Chairman Earliest
Latest
(f) Lin Liyun x
Dec 81
May 91
Zhang Kehui x
May 91
Vice-Chairmen
Chen Heng Mar 88
May 91
Dong Ke Dec 81
Mar 88
(f) Gan Ying Dec 81
Mar 85
Guo Pingtan x
Mar 88
Guo Zhaolie Mar 85
May 91
Li Chen x
Dec 81
May 91
Li Hemin x
Mar 85
May 91
Liang Taiping Mar 88
Liao Qiuzhong x
Mar 88
May 91
d 1991
Lin Chaoquan Dec 81
Mar 85
Peng Tengyun Dec 81
Mar 88
Wu Yuanjin Mar 88
May 91

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