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

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International Department
Director
Jia Di'e x
Dec 84
May 90
Cao Weizhou May 90
1.
Sixth Living Buddha of the Lapulang Monastery.
2.
In August 1983 elected chairman All-China Students' Federation.
3.
Scientist.
4.
From May 1979 to April 1982 chairman All-China Students' Federation.
5.
Associate professor.
6.
Concurrently chairman All-China Students' Federation.

Z 7. BUDDHIST ASSOCIATION

Activities were severely restricted during the Cultural Revolution, but by December 1980
when a new congress of the association was convened. Buddhist religious practices began
to revive in all parts of the country.

Honorary President Earliest
Latest
Bainchen Erdini x
Dec 80
Jan 89
d 1989
President
Zhao Puchu x
Dec 80
Acting President
( Zhao Puchu) x
Aug 79
May 80
Vice-Presidents
Dao Shuren x
Mar 87
Dejizhag Jamallosang(1) Mar 87
Gongming Jiangbaqu Dec 80
Mar 87
d 1987
Gongtamcang x
Mar 87
Gyalyab(2) Mar 87
Sep 90
d 1990
Jampel Tinley(3) Dec 80
Dec 84
d 1984
Jamyang Losang Jigmi x
Dec 80
Ju Zan Dec 80
Apr 84
d 1984
Li Rongxi x
Dec 80
(f) Long Lian Mar 87
Ming Yang x
Mar 87
Ming Zhen Dec 80
Pagbala Geleg Namgyai x
Dec 80

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