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

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W 3. CHINA JOURNALISTS' ASSOCIATION

Activities re-commenced following the Cultural Revolution in August 1980.

Executive Chairman Earliest
Latest
Zeng Tao x
Aug 80
Feb 83
Wu Lengxi x
Feb 83
Chairmen
( Ding Xiling) x
Aug 80
Apr 83
Hu Jiwei x
Aug 80
Apr 83
Hua Nan x
Aug 80
Apr 83
Wang Wei(1) x
Aug 80
Apr 83
Yang Xiguang x
Aug 80
Apr 83
d 1989
Zhang Xiangshan x
Aug 80
Apr 83
Vice-Chairmen
Ding Xiling x
Apr 83
Jan 91
Ding Ximan Jan 91
Fei Yimin x
Apr 83
May 88
d 1988
Guo Chaoren x
Jan 91
Li Yan x
Jan 91
Liu Zongzhuo x
Apr 83
Jan 91
( Liu Zunqi) x
Apr 83
Jan 91
Ma Qingxiong x
Jan 91
( Mu Qing) x
Apr 83
Jan 91
Qian Diqian x
May 85
Feb 89
d 1989
Qin Chuan x
Apr 83
Jan 91
Shao Huaze x
Jan 91
Tan Wenrui x
May 85
Jan 91
Wang Lixing x
Jan 91
(f) Wang Yi x
Apr 83
Sep 86
d 1986
Wu Zhifei x
Dec 86
Jan 91
Xie Wenqing x
May 85
Jan 91
Xu Chuan x
Jan 91
Mar 91
d 1991
Yang Zicai x
Jan 91
( Zhang Chaogui) x
Apr 81
Jan 91
Zhang Cong x
Jan 91
Secretaries
An Gang x
Feb 80
Apr 83
An Wenyi x
Aug 80
Sep 81
d 1981
Chen Ji x
Aug 80
Jan 91
Ding Yangyan x
Apr 83
Jan 91
Guo Wei x
Apr 83
Jan 91

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