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

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H 6. CHINA MINING COMMITTEE

Established in May 1976. Abolished in 1980.

Chairman Earliest
Latest
Xu Zailian x
May 76
May 76
Vice-Chairman
He Bingzhang x
May 76
May 76
Secretary-General
Wang Zhiyuan Oct 77
80

H 7. COUNSELLOR'S OFFICE

Abolished during the Cultural Revolution. Restored in January 1979.


H 8. CULTURE GROUP UNDER THE STATE COUNCIL

Established in August 1971. Abolished in January 1975 with the restoration of the ministry
of Culture.

Head Earliest
Latest
Wu De x
Oct 71
Jan 75
Deputy Heads
Liu Xianquan x
Oct 71
Sep 73
(f) Wang Mantian(1) x
May 74
Jan 75
p 1976
Yu Huiyong x
May 74
Jan 75
p 1976, d 1976
Members
Di Fucai Aug 71
Feb 74
Hao Liang x
Aug 71
Jan 75
p 1976
Huang Houmin Aug 71
Feb 72
(f) Liu Qingtang x
Aug 71
Jan 75
p 1976
( Liu Xianquan) x
Aug 71
Sep 71
( Shi Shaohua) x
Aug 71
Mar 73
(f) ( Wang Mantian) x
Aug 71
May 74
p 1976
( Wu De) x
Aug 71
Sep 74

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