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

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A 2. CENTRAL COMMITTEE

This listing is inclusive of the ninth ( April 1969), tenth ( August 1973), eleventh ( September
1977), twelfth ( September 1982), thirteenth ( November 1987) and fourteenth
( October 1992) Central Committees.

Chairman (1) Earliest
Latest
Mao Zedong x
Apr 69
Oct 76
d 1976
( Hua Guofeng) x
Oct 76
Jun 81
( Hu Yaobang) x
Jun 81
Sep 82
d 1989
First Vice-Chairman
( Hua Guofeng) x
Apr 76
Oct 76
Vice-Chairmen (1)
( Deng Xiaoping) (2) x
Jan 75
Sep 82
( Hua Guofeng) x
Jun 81
Sep 82
Kang Sheng x
Aug 73
Dec 75
d 1975
( Li Desheng) x
Aug 73
74
( Li Xiannian) x
Aug 77
Sep 82
d 1992
Lin Biao x
Apr 69
Sep 71
p 1971, d 1971
( Wang Dongxing) x
Aug 77
Mar 80
Wang Hongwen x
Aug 73
Oct 76
p 1976, d 1992
( Ye Jianying) x
Aug 73
Sep 82
d 1986
( Zhao Ziyang) x
Jun 81
Sep 82
Zhou Enlai x
Aug 73
Jan 76
d 1976
Members
Ai Zhisheng x
Oct 87
An Pingsheng x
Aug 73
Oct 87
An Ziwen x
Sep 79
Jun 80
d 1980
Bai Dongcai x
Aug 77
Sep 85
Bai Jinian x
Sep 85
Oct 87
Bai Lichen x
Oct 87
Bai Qingcai x
Oct 92
Bai Rubing x
Aug 73
Sep 82
Bao Tong x
Oct 87
Jun 89
(f) Baoriledai (3) x
Apr 69
Sep 82
(f) Basang x
Aug 73
Oct 87
Bo Yibo x
Sep 79
Aug 82
Buhe (4) x
Sep 82
Oct 92
(f) Cai Chang (5) x
Apr 69
Sep 82
d 1990
Cai Cheng x
Oct 87
Oct 92
(f) Cai Shumei x
Apr 69
May 77
Cai Xiebin x
Apr 69
Sep 76
p 1976

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