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

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Zhang Fuyuan x
Jul 78
Mar 81
Zhang Kai x
Jul 78
Mar 81
Zhang Ruguang x
Jul 78
Mar 81
Zhao Fasheng x
Jul 78
Mar 81
Zheng Yonghe(1) Jul 78
Mar 81
General Office
Director
(f) Li Xiuzhen x
Sep 73
Mar 81
Deputy Directors
(f) Lin Jiamei x
Apr 78
Mar 81
Yu Wang x
Oct 73
Mar 81
1.
From June 1980 to March 1983 deputy secretary Henan CPC committee.

H 3. CENTRAL BROADCASTING ADMINISTRATION

In continuous operation during and after the Cultural Revolution. In May 1982 it was
absorbed by the newly-established ministry of Radio and Television.

Director Earliest
Latest
Liu Jiangong x
May 73
Jun 73
Deng Gang x
Feb 76
Nov 76
d 1991
( Zhang Xiangshan) x
Mar 77
May 82
Acting Director
( Deng Gang) x
Nov 74
Jan 76
d 1991
First Deputy Director
Zhang Zhendong Nov 74
Nov 76
Deputy Directors
Dai Zhengyuan Apr 73
Dec 73
Dong Lin(1) Sep 59
Oct 78
Gu Wenhua (1) Sep 59
Oct 78
d 1988
( Hao Pingnan) x
Aug 80
May 82
Jin Zhao (1) x
Mar 55
May 82
Li Lianqing x
Mar 77
May 82
( Li Yanshou) x
Jul 78
Mar 80

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