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

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CONTENTS
General Editor's Preface (xxv)
Introduction (xxvii)
Acknowledgments (xxxi)
Key to Symbols and Abbreviations (xxxii)
A Guide on How to Use the Directory (xxxiii)
Directory 1
Name Index and Characters 1144
a. Central Communist Party Organization
1.
Political Bureau (Politburo) 1
2.
Central Committee5
3.
Secretariat of the Central Committee35
4.
Central Committee Military Affairs Commission36
5.
Central Committee Discipline and Inspection Commission40
6.
General Office of the Central Committee50
7.
International Liaison Department52
8.
Organization Department54
9.
Propaganda Department57
10.
United Front Department60
11.
'People's Daily' ( 'Renmin Ribao') 62
12.
'Party Building' ( 'Dang Jian') 67
13.
'Seeking Truth' ( 'Qiu Shi') 67
14.
Political and Legal Affairs Commission68
15.
Taiwan Affairs Office69
16.
Translation Department69
17.
Cadres Education Department70
18.
Central Committee Party School70
19.
Higher Party School72
20.
Party History Research Office73
21.
Party Literature Research Office73
22.
Reform of CPC Structure Research Office74
23.
Central Anti-Schistosomiasis Group 74
24.
Communist Youth League (CYL)75
25.
'Red Flag' ( 'Hong Qi') 78
26.
Central Committee History Research Institute78
27.
Central Committee History Materials Research Institute79
28.
Central Committee Advisory Commission80
29.
Central Commission for Guiding Party Consolidation87

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