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

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Zheng Guoxiong x
Jun 90
Zheng Hua x
Dec 84
Oct 92
Secretary-General
Yang Qi Apr 86
Dec 90
Zhu Yucheng Dec 90
Deputy Secretary-General
( Qiao Zonghuai) x
May 85
Sep 87
Adviser
Rong Kang x
Sep 90
1.
From 1954 to 1966 deputy director of this agency. Inactive between April and December 1976.
2.
Inactive between 1976 and 1982 when re-identified as holding this position.
3.
From 1963 to 1982 NCNA correspondent in Moscow and Belgrade.
4.
First re-identified in this position following the Cultural Revolution in September 1972.
5.
Since November 1973 he has continued extensive journalistic work.
6.
This branch effectively acts as a diplomatic mission to Macao.
7.
This branch effectively acts as a diplomatic mission to Xianggang.
8.
Subsequently vice-chairman Guangdong Revolutionary committee and then vice‐ governor.

F 17. NUCLEAR SAFETY ADMINISTRATION

Established in April 1985.

Director Earliest
Latest
Jiang Shengjie x
Apr 85
88
d 1992
Zhou Ping x
88
Deputy Directors
Cao Guanping Apr 92
Dai Chuanzeng Jun 86
88
d 1990
Luo Anren Jun 86
88
Shi Guangchang Jun 86
88
Zhao Renkai Jun 86
88
Chief Engineer
Lin Chengge Jul 86

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