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

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Vice-Chairmen
Amudun Niyaz x
Jun 79
Jun 83
Bai Shouyi x
Jun 79
Jun 83
Cho Nam Gi x
Jun 79
Jun 83
Du Yi x
Jun 79
Jun 83
Jargal x
Jun 79
Feb 82
d 1982
Li Gui x
Jun 79
Jun 83
Puncog Wangyai x
Nov 81
Jun 83
Wu Xiangbi x
Nov 82
Jun 83
Wu Yunchang x
Jun 79
Jun 83
Yerhali x
Jun 79
Jul 82
d 1982
Zhang Chong x
Jun 79
Nov 80
d 1980
Secretary-General
Yun Beifeng x
Feb 80
Jun 83
d 1986
Deputy Secretary-General
Sa Yi'er x
Jun 81
Jun 83
Members
For a full list of the 71 members see China Directory in Pinyin and Wade Giles 1981 ( Tokyo), Radiopress Inc., 1981).

B 12. FRIENDSHIP COMMITTEES OF THE NPC

First identified in January 1985. these committees were subsequently not renewed by the
7th NPC in April 1988.

Argentina Earliest
Latest
Chairman
Wu Heng x
Apr 86
Mar 88
Vice-Chairmen
Huang Yukun x
Apr 86
Mar 88
Ren Jiyu x
Apr 86
Mar 88

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