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

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A 9. PROPAGANDA DEPARTMENT

First post- Cultural Revolution reference in December 1977.

Director Earliest
Latest
( Zhang Pinghua) x
Dec 77
Dec 78
( Hu Yaobang) x
Dec 78
Mar 80
d 1980
( Wang Renzhong) x
Mar 80
Apr 82
d 1992
Deng Liqun x
Apr 82
Jul 85
( Zhu Houze) x
Jul 85
Jan 87
( Wang Renzhi) x
Jan 87
Dec 92
Ding Guan'gen x
Dec 92
First Deputy Director
Huang Zhen x
Sep 79
May 82
d 1989
( Yu Wen) x
Feb 83
Jul 85
Xu Weicheng (1) x
Feb 90
Dec 92
Zheng Bijian x
Dec 92
Deputy Directors
Cui Taifeng Aug 91
Gong Xinhan Apr 93
Gong Yuzhi x
Apr 89
Nov 91
He Jingzhi x
Jul 80
Jul 85
( Huang Zhen) x
Dec 77
Sep 79
d 1989
Li Yan x
May 86
( Liao Jingdan) (2) x
Dec 77
May 82
Liu Zhongde x
Oct 90
Nie Dajiang x
Oct 90
( Teng Teng) x
Sep 86
Jan 87
Wang Darning Jan 87
Wang Huide x
Jun 81
Wang Weicheng x
Jun 87
( Yu Wen) x
May 82
Feb 83
( Zeng Delin) x
Jul 82
Dec 87
Zeng Jianhui x
Oct 88
Zhai Taifeng Nov 91
( Zhang Xiangshan) x
Dec 77
May 82
( Zhao Shouyi) (3) x
Jan 82
May 82
d 1988
( Zhou Yang) (4) x
Mar 80
May 82
d 1989
( Zhu Muzhi) x
Dec 77
May 82
Secretary-General
Li Shubin x
Aug 78
Aug 83
Li Yan Aug 83
Jul 87

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