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

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Huang Shiming x
Jun 84
Advisers
(f) Deng Yingchao x
Sep 82
Jul 92
d 1992
Hu Juewen x
Sep 82
Jun 84
d 1989
( Wang Zhen) x
Sep 82
Jun 84
d 1993

P 6. CHINA-JAPAN TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY COMMITTEE

Established in March 1984.

Chairman Earliest
Latest
( Wang Zhaoguo) x
Mar 84
Mar 88
Zhang Xiangshan x
Mar 88
Members
Chen Jiahou Jun 90
Du Gong x
Jun 90
Fu Hao x
Mar 84
Gan Ziyu x
Mar 84
Jun 90
Gu Yuan x
Jun 90
Li Yining x
Mar 84
Jun 90
Liao Hui x
Mar 84
Jun 90
Liu Deyou x
Mar 84
Jun 90
(f) Liu Yandong x
Mar 84
Lu Jingting Mar 84
Jun 90
Sun Honglie x
Jun 90
Sun Shangqing x
Mar 84
Wu Yikang x
Jun 90
Xu Dan Jun 90
( Zhang Xiangshan) x
Mar 84
Mar 88
Zhou Guangzhao x
May 85
Jun 90

P 7. CHINESE PEOPLE'S INSTITUTE FOR FOREIGN AFFAIRS

First post- Cultural Revolution reference was in September 1971.

President Earliest
Latest
Zhang Xiruo x
Dec 49
Jul 73
d 1973
Hao Deqing x
Mar 77
Oct 83
Han Nianlong x
Oct 83
Sep 91

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