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

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First Supervision Bureau
Director
Zhang Zhichao Apr 89

F 7. CHINA TRAVEL AND TOURISM ADMINISTRATION

In continuous operation during and after the Cultural Revolution.

Director Earliest
Latest
( Yang Gongsu) x
Feb 73
Jul 75
( Lu Xuzhang) (1) x
Oct 78
Jan 81
Han Kehua x
Jan 81
May 88
Liu Yi x
May 88
Deputy Directors
Cheng Wendong Apr 89
Ding Kejian Apr 79
Jan 86
He Guangwei x
Jul 86
He Ruoquan x
Sep 84
(f) Kong Xiao Feb 73
May 85
Li Quanzhong Feb 65
Sep 84
Wan Fu(2) Feb 65
Apr 82
Wang Yueyi x
Jul 82
Jan 92
d 1992
Yue Daiheng Jul 78
Apr 82
( Zhang Xinsheng) x
Jul 87
May 90
Zhang Yu Apr 72
Aug 81
( Zhuang Yanlin) (3) x
Jul 79
Oct 83
Leading Members
( Cheng Zhiping) x
Sep 72
Oct 76
Di Wenwei Oct 70
Jun 72
Liu Rukun Nov 74
Mar 77
( Lu Xuzhang) x
Aug 78
Sep 78
Shi Huang Nov 74
Mar 77
( Wan Fu) Apr 77
Jan 78
( Yue Daiheng) Aug 74
May 78
Asian, African and Latin American Bureau
Director
Li Gengxin x
Sep 76
Mar 80

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