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

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D 7. MINISTRY OF CULTURE

The ministry was re-established in January 1975 following the abolition of the Culture
Group under the State Council.

Minister Earliest
Latest
Yu Huiyong (1) x
Jan 75
Sep 76
p 1976, d 1976
( Huang Zhen) x
Dec 77
Jan 81
d 1989
Zhu Muzhi x
May 82
Jun 86
Wang Meng (2) x
Jun 86
Sep 89
Liu Zhongde x
Mar 93
Acting Minister
( Zhou Weizhi) x
Jan 81
May 82
He Jingzhi x
Aug 89
Dec 92
( Liu Zhongde) x
Dec 92
Mar 93
Vice-Ministers
Chen Changben Jun 90
( Chen Huangmei) x
Apr 81
May 82
( Ding Qiao) x
May 82
Mar 86
Gao Zhanxiang x
Feb 86
Hao Liang (1) x
Mar 76
Sep 76
p 1976
( He Jingzhi) (3) x
Jun 78
Aug 89
Lin Mohan(4) x
Jan 78
May 82
Liu Deyou x
Apr 86
(f) Liu Qingtang x
Mar 76
Sep 76
p 1976
( Liu Zhongde) x
Oct 92
Mar 93
Lu Zhixian x
May 82
Apr 86
Situ Huimin(5) x
Apr 78
May 82
d 1987
Song Muwen x
Apr 86
Wang Jifu Apr 87
Jun 90
( Wang Lanxi) (6) x
Jan 78
Mar 81
Wu Xue(7) x
May 81
May 82
Xu Wenbo x
Jun 90
( Yao Zhongming) (8) x
Jul 78
Mar 81
Ying Ruocheng (7) Jul 86
Jun 90
Yuan Shuibai Apr 76
Oct 76
d 1982
Zhang Weimin x
Jul 76
Sep 76
p 1976
Zhao Qiyang Apr 81
May 82
Zhong Qiuyan x
Sep 81
May 82
( Zhou Erfu) (9) x
Dec 78
Mar 81
Zhou Weizhi x
Jan 78
Apr 76

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