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

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Zhang Shiming x
Jan 87
( Zhou Gucheng) x
Oct 79
Jan 87
Secretary-General
Fang Rongxin x
Oct 79
Aug 91
Zhang Shiming x
Aug 91
Consultation and Inspection Committee
Chairman
Shen Qizhen x
Nov 88
Jul 93
d 1993
Vice-Chairmen
Deng Haoming(2) Nov 88
(f) Guo Xiuyi x
Nov 88
(f) Li Jiansheng x
Nov 88
May 90
d 1990
Li Jiezhi(3) Nov 88
Mei Rixin(4) Nov 88
Ye Juquan x
Nov 88
Dec 92
1.
Professor at Shanghai Medical College.
2.
From January 1980 vice-chairman Jiangsu CPPCC.
3.
From April 1983 to January 1988 vice-chairman Guangdong CPPCC.
4.
Until the Cultural Revolution vice-chairman Guangzhou Municipal CPPCC.

AA 8. ZHIGONGDANG

Full activities resumed following the Cultural Revolution in October 1979.

Honorary Chairman Earliest
Latest
Huang Dingchen x
Apr 88
Honorary Vice-Chairman
Xu Zhimeng x
Apr 88
May 90
d 1990
Chairman
( Huang Dingchen) x
Oct 79
Apr 88
Dong Yinchu x
Apr 88

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