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

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Wang Chaowen x
Nov 79
Wang Qi Dec 90
( Wu Zuoren) x
Nov 79
May 85
Ye Qianyu x
Nov 79
(f) Zhou Sicong May 85
Secretariat
Secretaries
Lei Zhengmin Oct 90
(f) Yu Feng Mar 81

U 14. FOLK LITERATURE AND ART ASSOCIATION

Activities resumed following the Cultural Revolution in November 1979.

Honorary President Earliest
Latest
Zhong Jingwen Nov 91
President
Zhou Yang x
Nov 79
Dec 84
d 1989
( Zhong Jingwen) Dec 84
Nov 91
Feng Yuanwei x
Nov 91
Vice-Presidents
Abudu Xiuku'er Tuerdi Apr 85
Nov 91
Erdun Taoketao Nov 79
Apr 85
( Feng Yuanwei) x
Apr 85
Nov 91
Gu Jiegang x
Nov 79
Dec 80
d 1980
Jia Zhi Nov 79
Nov 91
Jiang Bin Nov 91
Kang Langshuai Nov 79
Apr 85
Lan Hongen Apr 85
Nov 91
Liu Kuili Nov 91
Ma Xueliang Nov 79
Nov 91
Mao Xing Nov 79
Nov 91
Nong Guanpin Nov 91
Yang Zhijie Nov 91
( Zhong Jingwen) Nov 79
Dec 84

-907-

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