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

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7.
Journalist.
8.
Educator
9.
Historian.

AA 3. DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL CONSTRUCTION ASSOCIATION

Full activities resumed following the Cultural Revolution in October 1979.

Honorary Chairman Earliest
Latest
Hu Juewen x
Dec 87
Apr 89
d 1989
Chairman
( Hu Juewen) (1) x
Oct 79
Dec 87
d 1989
Sun Qimeng x
Dec 87
Jun 88
Wan Guoquan x
Jun 88
Nov 92
Sun Qimeng x
Nov 92
Vice-Chairmen
Bai Dahua(2) x
Jun 88
Chen Mingshan x
Nov 83
Chen Suiheng x
Nov 83
Feng Kexu x
Nov 92
Feng Tiyun x
Nov 83
Guo Dihuo x
Oct 79
Apr 86
d 1986
Hu Zi'ang x
Apr 55
Jun 88
d 1991
Huang Da'neng(3) x
Nov 83
Li Chonghuai(4) x
Jun 88
Liu Heng x
Nov 92
Lu Ming x
Nov 92
(f) ( Pu Jiexiu) (5) x
Oct 79
Jun 88
( Sun Qimeng) x
Apr 55
Dec 87
Sun Xiaocun(6) x
Oct 79
Jun 88
d 1991
Tang Yuanbing x
Oct 79
Nov 92
Tong Shaosheng x
Oct 79
Mar 84
d 1984
Wan Guoquan x
Nov 83
Wang Guangying x
Oct 79
Nov 83
Wu Zhichao x
Oct 79
Oct 90
d 1990
Xu Dixin x
Oct 79
Feb 88
d 1988
Zhou Shiguan x
Oct 79
Feb 84
d 1984
Zhu Yuancheng x
Nov 92
Secretary-General
Huang Liangchen x
Oct 79
Nov 83

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