Tian Chengping

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Tian Chengping (Chinese :田成平; pinyin :Tián Chéngpíng; born January 1945) is a politician in the People's Republic of China. [1]

Biography

Born in Daming County, Hebei Province, Tian joined the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) in April 1964, and started working in February 1968. He served in the Beijing Petrochemical Factory, the Qianjin Chemical Industry Factory affiliated to Beijing Petrochemical Factory, and the Yanshan Petrochemical Corporation. He was appointed the secretary of the CCP committee in the Xicheng District of Beijing in 1984. In 1988, he was transferred to Qinghai Province and served as the vice secretary of the CCP Qinghai committee. He became the acting governor of Qinghai in December 1992, and was confirmed as governor in January 1993. In 1997, he was elevated to the position of secretary of the CCP Qinghai committee. In 1998, he was additionally elected as the chairman of the Qinghai provincial People's Congress. He became the Party chief of Shanxi Province in 1999, and was elected chairman of the Shanxi provincial People's Congress in January 2003. From July 2005 to March 2008, he served as the Minister of Labor and Social Security of China (now the Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security of the People's Republic of China, or MOHRSS).

He is the son of Tian Ying, a former vice governor of Hubei Province

The younger Tian was an alternate member of the 14th Central Committee of the Chinese Communist Party, and a full member of the 15th, 16th and 17th Central Committees.

Preceded by
Hu Fuguo
Communist Party Chief of Shanxi Succeeded by
Preceded by
Guo Yuhuai
CPPCC Committee Chairman of Shanxi Succeeded by
Zheng Shekui
Preceded by
Yin Kesheng
Communist Party Chief of Qinghai
1999
Succeeded by
Preceded by
Jin Jipeng
Governor of Qinghai
1997
Succeeded by
Bai Enpei

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References

  1. "Biography of Tian Chengping". China Vitae. Retrieved 28 December 2010.