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Who's Who, Current Chinese Leaders
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Revision History:

Biography Revised: 1/12/2009
Career Data Updated: 11/13/2006

PHOTO: Bai Rubing
Bai Rubing 白如冰
Member, 11th CPC Central Committee
Born: 1912
Died: 1994

Biography Highlight

Bai Rubing, male, Han Nationality, was born in March 1912 in Yuanjiagou, Qingjian County, Shaanxi Province. He was a member of CPC Central Consultative Committee, a member of the 10th and 11th Central Committee and the first Secretary of CPC Provincial Committee of Shandong. He started the revolutionary work in 1925 and joined the Communist Youth League of China in November 1927, then joined the CPC in June 1928. During the first National Revolutionary War, he took part in the student and the peasant movement. During the period of the second National Revolutionary War, he took part in the work for construction of the Revolutionary Base area in northern Shensi and for the development of Red Army in northern Shensi. He served as the CPC secretary of the County Party Committee of Hengshan and Yanchang, a commissioner of Special Committee of Northern Shensi. During the Anti-Japanese War, he engaged in establishing the Anti-Japanese guerrilla base areas in the enemy's rear.

Recent Career Data

1977—1982 Member, 11th CPC, Central Committee
1973—1977 Member, 10th CPC, Central Committee

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