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

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Science and Technology Bureau
Director
Zhang Yujie Apr 90
Mar 93
Deputy Director
Gan Ziguang Jun 88
Mar 93
Scientific Research Institute
Director
Ge Chunlin x
Mar 80
Mar 93
1.
From 1958 to 1958 vice-governor of Fujian.
2.
Previously deputy director Shanghai Handicrafts bureau.
3.
Previously director Sichuan Light Industry bureau.
4.
Probably he held this post between March 1978 and June 1980 but not formally identified as such.

G 40. SIXTH MINISTRY OF MACHINE BUILDING

First post-Cultural Revolution reference to this shipbuilding ministry was in June 1970. It
was abolished in May 1982 with the establishment of the re-organized China Shipbuilding
Corporation.

Minister Earliest
Latest
Bian Jiang(1) x
Jan 75
Oct 77
( Chai Shufan) x
Mar 79
Jun 81
( An Zhiwen) x
Jun 81
May 82
Vice-Ministers
( An Zhiwen) (2) x
Mar 80
Jun 81
Fan Muhan(3) x
Jul 79
May 82
( Feng Zhi) x
Jun 80
May 82
Lin Yi Oct 79
May 82
Liu Fang(4) x
Jun 79
May 82
Luo Tan Jan 76
May 82
d 1986
( Peng Shilu) (5) x
Jun 80
May 82
( Yan Jimin) (6) x
Dec 75
Sep 79
Zhang Youxuan(7) x
Aug 78
May 82

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