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

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INDEX
NAME CHARACTERS BIRTH/ DEATH PROVINCE ORGANIZATIONS
A Jia 1907 Jiangsu U10
A Liang U3
Abasi Burhan 1905 Xinjiang T1
Abdurehim Amiti Xinjiang B5
Abudu Xiuku'er Tuerdi Xinjiang U14
Abudula Damaola Xinjiang Z17
Ai Dacheng F28
Ai Feng 1938 Hebei All
Ai Qing 1910 Zhejiang B3 B12 P1 P4 P8 T14 U23
Ai Qing C10
Ai Rongfu N35
Ai Weiren A5
Ai Wu 1904 Sichuan U23
Ai Zhisheng 1928 Hubei A2 C4 D26 E26
Ai Zhongxin 1915 Shanghai R8
Aimaiti Wajiti 1916 Xinjiang B6 Z17
Aiposidan 1915 B6 P3 T14 V19 Z24
Aisin Jiero Pujie 1907 Liaoning B3 B5 B12 T14 U6 Z16
Amudun Niyaz 1932 Xinjiang A5 A24 B11 C9 CC24 DD30
Amuti Damaola Xinjiang Z17
(f) An Baodong X35
An Chengxin 1939 Hebei C4
An Dong G28
An Faqian Shandong G17 G27 X5
An Fengshi D11
An Gang 1918 Tianjin All 88 R2 T14 V3 W3
An Guimin DD34
An Guozheng D10 D11
An Huihou D11
An Jianping 1911-1988 Shaanxi A5 D3
An Jitao N9
An Liqun 1933 Liaoning 15
An Min 1922 Shandong D1 Q3
An Min D12
An Pei N27
An Pingsheng Henan A2 A28 K6 K29 L6 CC5 CC26
An Qingchu T14
An Qiyuan 1933 Shaanxi A5 F38 DD32
An Shiwei 1919 Hebei B6 B8 Z16 Z17
An Wenyi 1922-1981 All W3

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