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

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First Vice-President
Hou Jie x
Aug 91
Vice-Presidents
Chu Chuangheng x
Aug 91
Cui Lintao x
Aug 91
Diao Jinxiang x
Aug 91
Huang Ju x
Aug 91
Li Ziliu x
Aug 91
Nie Bichu x
Aug 91
Wang Rongbing x
Aug 91
Wu Disheng x
Aug 91
Zang Haiqiang Aug 91
Zhang Baifa x
Aug 91

Z 11. CHINA WELFARE INSTITUTE

Founded by Song Qingling in 1950, there were few references to this organization between
1968 and 1977 after which its activities began to return to normal.

Honorary Chairman Earliest
Latest
(f) Kang Keqing x
Jun 88
Apr 92
d 1992
Chairman
(f) Song Qingling x
50
May 81
d 1981
Huang Hua x
Jun 88
Vice-Chairman
Du Shuzhen Feb 92
Executive Council
Ba Jin x
Jun 78
(f) Cao Shunqin Oct 86
Che Wenyi Jun 78
Oct 86
Hang Wei Oct 86
He Qiucheng Jun 78
Oct 86
(f) ( Kang Keqing) x
Jun 78
Jun 88
d 1992
Li Taicheng Jun 78
Liu Fang Jun 78
Liu Liangmo x
Oct 86
Aug 88
d 1988
Peng Chong x
Jun 78
Oct 86

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