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

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Vice-Chairmen
Zhang Dejiang x
Sep 89
(f) Zhang Ming x
Jun 87
Zhao Puchu x
Jun 87
Sep 89

Z 24. SONG QINGLING FOUNDATION

Established in December 1982.

Honorary President Earliest
Latest
Deng Xiaoping x
Dec 82
President
(f) Kang Keqing x
Dec 82
Apr 92
d 1992
Huang Hua x
Jun 92
Vice-Presidents
Feng Ling'an x
Nov 86
Gao Dengbang x
Dec 82
Rong Gaotang x
Dec 82
Rong Yiren x
Dec 82
Sha Hong x
May 86
(f) Wu Quanheng x
Dec 82
Council Members(1)
Aiposidan x
Dec 82
Bai Jiefu x
Dec 82
(f) Bai Yang x
Dec 82
Chen Hansheng x
Dec 82
Cheng Siyuan x
Dec 82
(f) Ding Ling x
Dec 82
Mar 86
d 1986
Fei Xiaotong x
Dec 82
Fei Yimin x
Dec 82
May 88
d 1988
Hua Luogeng x
Dec 82
Jun 85
d 1985
(f) Huang Ganying x
Dec 82
Huo Yingdong x
Dec 82
Jiang Chunfang x
Dec 82
Dec 87
d 1987
Kong Yuan x
Dec 82
Sep 90
d 1990
(f) Liao Mengxing Dec 82
Jan 88
d 1988
Liu Nianzhi x
Dec 82
(f) Luo Shuzhang x
Dec 82
Jan 92
d 1992
Ma Haide x
Dec 82
Oct 88
d 1988

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