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

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Liu Nianfen Jan 92
Liu Yugui Jan 92
Luo Guanzong(2) x
Oct 80
Qi Qingcai Aug 86
Jan 92
Ren Zhongxiang Aug 86
Shen Derong x
Aug 86
Wang Juzhen Jan 92
Wang Shenyin x
Jan 92
Xiong Zhenpei Oct 80
Jan 90
d 1990
Zhao Fusan x
Oct 80
Jun 90
Secretary-General
Shen Derong Oct 80
1.
Bishop of Nanjing and head of Theological Seminary.
2.
Bishop of Shanghai.

Z 13. DAOIST ASSOCIATION

Activities were suspended during the Cultural Revolution but began to return to normal
with the third national congress being convened in May 1980. The fourth followed in
September 1986 and the fifth in March 1992.

President Earliest
Latest
Li Yuhang x
May 80
Mar 92
Fu Yuantian Mar 92
Vice-Presidents
Chen Lishi May 80
Sep 86
( Fu Yuantian) Sep 86
Mar 92
Liu Zhiwei Sep 86
Wang Jiaohua May 80
Secretary-General
Wang Weiye May 80
Dec 86
Li Wencheng Dec 86
Deputy Secretary-General
Zhang Jiyu Nov 88

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