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

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Sejie Kansu Lunzhu Mar 87
Dec 91
d 1991
Ulan Mar 87
Wu Qinghai Aug 89
Xabchung Garbo(4) Dec 80
May 91
d 1991
Yuan Zhuo Mar 87
Zheng Guo x
Dec 80
Nov 87
d 1987
Zhou Shaoliang Mar 87
Zhou Shujia(5) Jan 70
d 1970
Leading Member
( Zhao Puchu) (6) x
Jun 72
Aug 79
Secretary-General
Zheng Guo x
Oct 78
Mar 87
d 1987
Zhou Shaoliang Mar 87
1.
From 1988 vice-chairman Xizang CPPCC.
2.
Baichen Erdini's Sutra teacher.
3.
From September 1979 until his death vice-chairman Xizang CPPCC.
4.
From August 1979 until his death vice-chairman Qinghai Provincial Congress.
5.
So identified in his NCNA obituary.
6.
From 1953 to 1966 vice-president of this association.

Z 8. CENTRAL PATRIOTIC SANITATION COMMITTEE

Restored in April following its being disbanded during the Cultural Revolution.

Chairman Earliest
Latest
( Li Xiannian) x
Apr 78
Aug 81
d 1992
(f) Chen Muhua x
Aug 81
Oct 83
Liao Hansheng x
Oct 83
Aug 88
Li Tieying x
Aug 88
Vice-Chairmen
Chen Minzhang x
Feb 88
(f) ( Chen Muhua) x
Apr 78
Aug 81
Cho Nam Gi x
Aug 88
Cui Yueli x
Oct 83
Aug 88
Gu Mu x
Apr 78
Aug 81
(f) Gu Xiulian x
Aug 81
Feb 83
Han Guang x
Aug 81
Aug 88
(f) Hao Jianxiu x
Aug 88
He Kang x
Aug 81

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