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

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Second Bureau
Director
Xue Jianhua x
Oct 78
Oct 78
( Zhang Shengzuo) Jan 87
Jan 89
Deputy Director
( Zhang Shengzuo) 82
Jan 87
Fifth Bureau
Director
Hu Deping x
Dec 88
1.
So identified in his NCNA obituary.
2.
From 1963 to 1966 first secretary CPC North-West China bureau.
3.
In 1965 identified secretary Hohhot Municipal CPC committee.
4.
From 1958 to 1966 chairman All-China Federation Trade Unions, and vice‐ chairman 3rd NPC.
5.
Until 1967 secretary-general 4th CPPCC.
6.
From 1960 to 1965 vice-minister of Culture.
7.
Until 1966 deputy secretary-general State Council.
8.
First re-identified in this position since the Cultural Revolution in May 1978.
9.
Son of Hu Yaobang.
10.
Before the Cultural Revolution deputy director of this department.
11.
From 1950 to 1965 director of this department.
12.
Wife of Ulanhu.

A 11. 'PEOPLE'S DAILY' ('RENMIN RIBAO')

In continuous publication during and after the Cultural Revolution.

Director Earliest
Latest
Hu Jiwei x
May 82
Sep 83
Qin Chuan x
Sep 83
Dec 85
Qian Liren x
Dec 85
Aug 89
Gao Di x
Aug 89
Dec 92
Shao Huaze x
Dec 92
Deputy Directors
Li Jinyou Jan 91
Zheng Mengxiong Apr 90

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