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

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Bureau Leading Members
( Chen Zhenji) (4) Apr 73
Dec 74
Jiang Ping Jul 71
Oct 73
( Lu Xuejian) x
Sep 70
Feb 81
Tan Wei Nov 75
Feb 77
( Wei Yuming) x
Oct 71
Apr 74
Zhang Yunzhi Dec 70
Feb 77
1.
First re-identified in this position since the Cultural Revolution in September 1978.
2.
In September 1979 identified as standing committee Shaanxi CPC committee, and from December 1979 to April 1983 vice-govenor of Shaanxi.
3.
In September 1980 identified counsellor in Tanzania.
4.
In 1975 identified economic counsellor in Guinea.

G 22. MINISTRY OF EDUCATION

The ministry was abolished during the Cultural Revolution and restored in January 1975
following the abolition of the Science and Education group under the State Council.


G 23. MINISTRY OF EDUCATION

The ministry was established in January 1975 and abolished in June 1985 with the
inauguration of the State Education commission.

Minister Earliest
Latest
Zhou Rongxin(1) x
Jan 75
Apr 76
d 1976
( Liu Xiyao) x
Jan 77
Jan 79
Jiang Nanxiang(2) x
Feb 79
May 82
d 1988
He Dongchang(3) x
May 82
Jun 85
Vice-Ministers
Dong Chuncai(4) x
Apr 79
May 82
d 1990
( Gao Yi) (5) x
Dec 77
May 82
Huang Xinbai(6) x
Jul 79
Jun 85
( Li Qi) (7) x
Oct 77
May 82
Li Qitao(8) Oct 77
May 82
( Liu Xuechu) x
Oct 77
Jun 80
d 1992
Liu Yangqiao(9) x
May 79
Aug 80
d 1980
( Liu Zhonghou) (10) x
Dec 77
May 78
(f) Peng Peiyun x
May 82
Jun 85
Pu Tongxiu x
Jan 78
May 82
(f) Yang Yunyu(11) x
Apr 79
May 82

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