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

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Q 1. CHINESE ACADEMY OF SCIENCES (ACADEMICA SINICA)

Operations were severely impaired during the Cultural Revolution, but since 1969 the
Academy has been in continuous operation. Its activities were greatly expanded after 1976,
while in 1977, some institutes were separated to form the Chinese Academy of Social
Sciences.

President Earliest
Latest
Guo Moruo x
Oct 49
Jun 78
d 1978
( Fang Yi) x
Jun 79
May 81
( Lu Jiaxi) x
May 81
Jan 87
Zhou Guangzhao x
Jan 87
Vice-Presidents
Chen Boda x
Oct 49
Aug 70
p 1970, d 1989
( Fang Yi) x
Jan 77
Jun 79
Hu Keshi (1) x
Mar 78
Jun 83
(f) Hu Qiheng(2) x
Oct 88
( Hua Luogeng) x
Mar 78
May 81
d 1985
( Li Chang) (3) x
Mar 78
May 81
Li Siguang x
Oct 49
Apr 71
d 1971
Li Xun x
May 81
Mar 83
d 1983
Li Zhensheng x
Sep 87
( Qian Sanqiang) x
Mar 78
Dec 83
d 1992
Sun Honglie x
Jul 84
(Teng Teng) x
Jan 87
Oct 88
Tong Dizhou x
Mar 78
Mar 79
d 1979
Wang Fosong x
Oct 88
Wu Youxun x
Jan 51
Dec 77
d 1977
Xu Zhiheng(4) Nov 92
( Yan Dongsheng) x
May 81
Jan 87
( Yan Jici) x
Mar 78
May 81
Yan Yidun Nov 92
Ye Duzheng x
May 81
( Zhou Guangzhao) x
Jul 84
Jan 87
( Zhou Peiyuan) x
Mar 78
May 81
Zhu Kezhen x
Oct 49
Feb 73
d 1973
Presidium Chairmen
Li Chang x
May 81
Lu Jiaxi x
Jan 84
Qian Xuesen x
Jan 84
Wu Heng x
Jan 84
Wu Zhonghua x
May 81
Sep 92
d 1992
Yan Jici x
May 81

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