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

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A 6. GENERAL OFFICE OF THE CENTRAL COMMITTEE

In continuous operation during and after the Cultural Revolution.

Director Earliest
Latest
( Wang Dongxing) (1) x
Nov 66
Nov 71
( Yao Yilin) x
Jan 79
May 82
Hu Qili x
May 82
Aug 83
( Qiao Shi) x
Aug 83
May 84
( Wang Zhaoguo) x
May 84
Jun 86
Wen Jiahao x
Jun 86
Feb 93
Zeng Qinghong Feb 93
First Deputy Director
Yang Dezhong x
May 83
Deputy Directors
Feng Ling'an x
Jan 85
( Feng Wenbin) (2) x
Apr 80
May 82
Gao Dengbang x
Apr 80
Apr 88
Kang Yimin x
May 82
Li Zhizhong May 79
Apr 88
Wang Ruilin x
83
Apr 88
Xu Ruixin Feb 88
( Yang Dezhong) x
May 82
May 83
( Zeng Qinghong) (3) Mar 90
Feb 93
( Zeng San) (4) x
Oct 79
Dec 81
d 1990
Zhang Yaoci x
May 78
81
( Zhang Yueqi) (5) 87
Sep 90
Zhou Jie x
May 85
Advisers
Long Xu (6) Jan 81
d 1981
Zeng San x
Dec 81
Nov 90
d 1990
Secretariat
Deputy Chief
Xu Yefu (6) Jun 74
d 1974
Central Archives
Director
( Zeng San) x
Oct 79
Dec 81
d 1990

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