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15 July 2015

Mao Weiming

Governor

To preside over the overall work of the Hunan Provincial People’s Government; to be responsible for finance and auditing work; and, to liaison with the Hunan Provincial Committee of the Revolutionary Committee of the Chinese Kuomintang.

Mao Weiming, male, Han nationality, born in May, 1961, is a native of Quzhou City, Zhejiang Province. He began to work in August, 1982 and joined the Communist Party of China (CPC) in September, 1985. He obtained the bachelor’s degree in engineering and is a professor-level senior engineer. He serves as alternate member of the 19th CPC Central Committee; deputy secretary of the CPC Hunan Provincial Committee; secretary of the CPC Leadership Group of the People’s Government of Hunan Province; and, governor of Hunan Province.

1978.10–1982.8, studying at the Department of Biological Engineering, Zhejiang University, majoring in chemical machinery;

1982.8–1987.2, serving as technician of the Technology Section, the Chief Engineer Office, and the Technical Upgrading and Infrastructure Section, and workshop deputy director of the Jiangsu Changzhou Insulation Material General Factory;

1987.2–1991.8, serving as secretary of the Communist Youth League Committee, deputy director of the Technology Office, and workshop director of the Jiangsu Changzhou Insulation Material General Factory;

1991.8–1992.3, serving as assistant to factory manager and chief of the Sales Section of the Jiangsu Changzhou Insulation Material General Factory;

1992.3–1993.4, serving as deputy director of the Jiangsu Changzhou Insulation Material General Factory;

1993.4–1993.12, serving as director of the Jiangsu Changzhou Insulation Material General Factory;

1993.12–1996.3, serving as director and CPC Committee secretary of the Jiangsu Changzhou Insulation Material General Factory;

(1995.6–1995.12, attending a training at the University of Maryland with the members of Jiangsu Provincial Senior Management Talent Economic Research Course);

1996.3–1998.10, serving as director and CPC Committee deputy secretary of the Changzhou Foreign Economic Relations and Trade Commission, Jiangsu Province;

1998.10–2000.12, serving as deputy secretary of the CPC Wujin Municipal Committee and mayor of Wujin City, Jiangsu Province;

2000.12–2001.9, serving as secretary of the CPC Wujin Municipal Committee and mayor of Wujin City, Jiangsu Province;

2001.9–2001.11, serving as member of the CPC Changzhou Municipal Standing Committee, secretary of the CPC Wujin Municipal Committee, and mayor of Wujin City, Jiangsu Province;

2001.11–2003.4, serving as member of the CPC Changzhou Municipal Standing Committee and vice mayor of Changzhou City, Jiangsu Province;

(2002.6–2002.9, participating in a training class for senior public management talents in Harvard University organized by the Organization Department of the CPC Central Committee);

2003.4–2004.1, serving as deputy secretary of the CPC Taizhou Municipal Committee and acting mayor of Taizhou City, Jiangsu Province;

2004.1–2005.12, serving as deputy secretary of the CPC Taizhou Municipal Committee and mayor of Taizhou City, Jiangsu Province;

2005.12–2011.11, serving as director of the Jiangsu Development & Reform Commission and secretary of its CPC Leadership Group;

2011.11–2013.1, serving as secretary general of the Jiangsu Provincial People’s Government;

2013.1–2013.10, serving as vice governor of the Jiangsu Provincial People’s Government;

2013.10–2015.7, serving as vice minister of the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology and member of its CPC Leadership Group;

2015.7–2015.8, serving as member of the CPC Jiangxi Provincial Standing Committee;

2015.8–2015.9, serving as member of the CPC Jiangxi Provincial Standing Committee and deputy secretary of the CPC Leadership Group of the Jiangxi Provincial People’s Government;

2015.9–2020.1, serving as member of the CPC Jiangxi Provincial Standing Committee, deputy secretary of the CPC Leadership Group; and executive vice governor of the Jiangxi Provincial People’s Government;

2020.1–2020.11, serving as president of the State Grid Corporation of China and secretary of its CPC Leadership Group;

2020.11–2021.1, serving as deputy director of the CPC Hunan Provincial Committee, secretary of the CPC Leadership Group, vice governor, and acting governor of the Hunan Provincial People’s Government;

2021.1–present, serving as deputy director of the CPC Hunan Provincial Committee, secretary of the CPC Leadership Group, and governor of the Hunan Provincial People’s Government.

He is also an alternate member of the 19th CPC Central Committee.


Chinese source: hunan.gov.cn