Compiled from the following sources:

Special biographic research
Wen Wei Publishing Company, Ltd. 2002-2006

Who's Who, Current Chinese Leaders
Wen Wei Publishing Company, Ltd. 2003-2005

People's Daily Online


XINHUA Online (China View)


Revision History:

Biography Revised: 3/10/2011
Career Data Updated: 3/10/2011

PHOTO: Wang Taihua
Wang Taihua 王太华
Member, 17th CPC, Central Committee
Born: 1945

Biography

Wang Taihua, male, Han nationality, is a native of Xingguo, Jiangxi Province. He was born in 1945, joined the work force in 1969 and joined the CPC in 1973.

Wang has held Party positions in the CPC Committees of Ganzhou City, Jiangxi Province, Anhui Province, and Hefei City. In 1999 he was elected governor of Anhui Province.

Wang Taihua was an alternate member of the 14th and 15th CPC Central Committees and was a member of the 16th CPC Central Committee. He served as Director of the State Administration of Radio, Film and Television from 2004 - 2011. He is currently a member of the 17th CPC Central Committee.

Career Data

2007—2012 Member, 17th CPC, Central Committee
2004—2011 Director, State Administration of Radio, Film and Television
2003—2004 Chairman, Provincial People's Congress, Standing Committee Anhui Province
2002—2007 Delegate, 16th CPC, National Congress
2002—2007 Member, 16th CPC, Central Committee
2000—2003 Secretary, CPC, Provincial Committee Anhui Province
1999—2000 Governor, People's Government Anhui Province
1998—1999 Vice-Governor, People's Government Anhui Province
1997—2002 Alternate Member, 15th CPC, Central Committee
1997—2002 Delegate, 15th CPC, National Congress
1992—2002 Member, CPC, Provincial Committee, Standing Committee Anhui Province
1992—1998 Deputy Secretary, CPC, Provincial Committee Anhui Province
1992—1997 Delegate, 14th CPC, National Congress
1992—1995 Secretary, CPC, City Committee Anhui Province, Hefei City
1992—1997 Alternate Member, 14th CPC, Central Committee
1987—1992 Delegate, 13th CPC, National Congress
1985—1992 Head, CPC, Provincial Committee, Publicity Department Jiangxi Province
1985—1992 Member, CPC, Provincial Committee, Standing Committee Jiangxi Province
1983—1988 Deputy, 8th NPC
1983—1985 Student, CPC, Central Committee, Central Party School
1983—1985 Deputy Commissioner, Prefectural Administrative Office Jiangxi Province, Ganzhou Prefecture
1980—1983 Member, CPC, City Committee, Standing Committee Jiangxi Province, Ganzhou City
1980—1983 Head, CPC, City Committee, Publicity Department Jiangxi Province, Ganzhou City
1979—1980 Vice-President, Jiangxi Province, Ganzhou City (Ganzhou City Education School)
1973 Joined, CPC
1970—1979 Vice-Principal, Jiangxi Province, Ganzhou City (No.3 Secondary School)
1968—1970 Worker, Jiangxi Production and Construction Corps, No. 9 Regiment Jiangxi Province
1965—1968 Student, Jiangxi Teachers' College, Chinese Language Department Jiangxi Province


Recent Travel & Appearances

12 Apr 10 Travelled to Germany, Dresden and met with the following:
Stanislaw Tillich (State Premier of Saxony, Germany)
Li Changchun met with German Saxony's State Premier Stanislaw Tillich.
18 Sep 09 Hu Jintao and topleaders attended the Fourth Plenary Session of the 17th Communist Party of China Central Committee.
18 Sep 09 Hu Jintao and topleaders attended the Fourth Plenary Session of the 17th Communist Party of China Central Committee.
06 Apr 09 Travelled to Republic of Korea, Seoul and met with the following:
Myung Bak Lee (President of the Republic of Korea)
Seung-soo Han (Prime Minister of the Republic of Korea)
Li Changchun met with President of the Republic of Korea Lee Myung Bak and Prime Minister of the Republic of Korea Han Seung-soo.
30 Mar 09 Travelled to Japan, Tokyo and met with the following:
Hirofumi Nakasone (Japanese Foreign Minister)
Li Changchun met with Japanese Foreign Minister Hirofumi Nakasone.
30 Mar 09 Travelled to Japan, Tokyo and met with the following:
Taro Aso (Prime Minister of Japan)
Li Changchun met with Japanese Prime Minister Taro Aso.
26 Mar 09 Travelled to Myanmar, Nay Pyi Taw and met with the following:
Shwe Than (Chairman of the Myanmar State Peace and Development Council)
Myint Oo Tin Aung (First Secretary of the Myanmar State Peace and Development Council)
Li Changchun met with Than Shwe, chairman of the Myanmar State Peace and Development Council.
22 Mar 09 Travelled to Australia, Sydney and met with the following:
Marie Bashir (Acting Governor-General of Australia)
Li Changchun met with Australian acting Governor-General and New South Wales State governor Marie Bashir.
21 Mar 09 Travelled to Australia, Canberra and met with the following:
Kevin Rudd (Prime Minister of Australia)
Li Changchun met with Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd.
19 Jan 09 Wen Jiabao made remarks during the second plenary meeting of the State Council, or the Cabinet.

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