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

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Z 5. ALL-CHINA WOMEN'S FEDERATION

Activities were suspended during the Cultural Revolution until 1973 when provincial
congresses were held. The fourth national congress was convened in 1978. Since then the
fifth congress was convened in September 1983, and the sixth in September 1988.

Honorary Chairmen Earliest
Latest
(f) Cai Chang x
Sep 78
Sep 83
d 1983
(f) Deng Yingchao x
Sep 78
Sep 83
d 1992
(f) He Xiangning x
Apr 53
Sep 72
d 1972
(f) Kang Keqing x
Sep 88
Apr 92
d 1992
(f) Song Qingling x
Apr 78
May 81
d 1981
Chairman
(f) (Cai Chang) x
Apr 49
Sep 78
d 1990
(f) ( Kang Keqing) x
Sep 78
Sep 88
d 1992
(f) Chen Muhua x
Sep 88
Vice-Chairmen
(f) Guan Jian x
Sep 78
Sep 83
(f) Guo Liwen x
Sep 83
Sep 88
(f) Hao Jianxiu x
Sep 78
Sep 83
(f) Hao Yichun x
Sep 88
(f) Huang Ganying x
Sep 78
Sep 88
(f) Huang Qizao (1) x
Sep 88
(f) ( Kang Keqing) x
Sep 57
Sep 78
d 1992
(f) Lei Jieqiong(2) x
Sep 78
Sep 88
(f) Li Baoguang x
Sep 78
Sep 83
(f) Li Dequan(3) x
Sep 57
Apr 72
d 1972
(f) Li Wenyi (4) x
Sep 83
Sep 88
(f) Lin Liyun x
Sep 78
(f) Lin Qiaozhi x
Sep 78
Apr 83
d 1983
(f) Lu Leshan(5) Sep 88
(f) Luo Qiong x
Sep 78
Sep 83
(f) Mayenur x
Sep 78
(f) Ngapoi Cedan Zhoigar(6) Sep 78
(f) Nie Li x
Sep 88
(f) Shi Liang x
Apr 53
Sep 83
d 1985
(f) Tan Fuyin x
Sep 83
Sep 88
(f) Wang Xiuying x
Sep 83
(f) Wei Yu(7) Sep 88
(f) Wu Yifang x
Sep 78
Nov 85
d 1985
(f) Yang Yanyin x
Dec 90
(f) Zeng Xianzhi x
Sep 78
Sep 83
d 1989
(f) Zhang Guoying(8) x
Sep 83
(f) Zhang Suwo x
Sep 88

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