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

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D 24. MINISTRY OF PUBLIC HEALTH

In continuous operation during and after the Cultural Revolution.

Minister Earliest
Latest
(f) Liu Xiangping x
Jul 73
Oct 76
( Jiang Yizhen) (1) x
Nov 77
Mar 79
( Qian Xinzhong) (2) x
Apr 79
May 82
Cui Yueli x
May 82
Apr 87
Chen Minzhang x
Apr 87
Vice-Ministers
Cao Zeyi(3) Oct 88
Sep 90
( Chen Minzhang) x
Oct 84
Apr 87
( Cui Yueli) (4) x
Jul 78
May 82
Gu Yingqi Oct 84
Guo Ziheng x
Mar 79
Dec 85
(f) He Jiesheng(5) Mar 86
Hu Ximing x
Feb 85
Hu Zhaoheng(6) x
Mar 79
May 82
( Huang Shuze) (7) x
Jul 65
May 82
Ji Zongquan x
Feb 79
May 82
d 1989
(f) Jiang Huilian Jan 75
Dec 76
( Qian Xinzhong) x
Dec 73
Mar 79
Sun Longchun Sep 90
Tan Yunhe(8) x
Mar 78
Aug 85
( Wang Wei) (9) x
Mar 78
Dec 83
(f) ( Yang Chun) (10) x
Mar 79
May 82
Yang Shoushan(11) x
Jul 78
May 82
d 1988
Yin Dakui(17) Apr 93
Zhang Wenkang x
Apr 93
Zhang Zhiqiang(12) x
Oct 75
May 82
Leading Members
Chen Renhong x
Sep 72
Sep 74
d 1990
Huang Wen May 76
Jun 76
(f) ( Jiang Huilian) Dec 73
Dec 74
(f) ( Li Xiuzhen) x
Oct 75
May 81
Liu Meiting x
Apr 73
Aug 75
Wei Fukai x
May 75
Jan 76
Xie Hua x
Apr 71
Sep 74
Xing Zhengqin Jun 71
Sep 71
Yan Jun x
Sep 72
Nov 74
(f) ( Yang Chun) x
Jul 77
Mar 79
( Zhang Zhiqiang) x
Sep 73
Apr 75
Zhou Fayan x
Aug 71
Jul 73

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