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Ding Guang-xun

(1915-   )

Mr. Ding, male, of Han nationality, born in Shanghai in September 1915, graduated from St. John's University in Shanghai, Columbia University and New York Union Theology College in United States.

After returning to China, Ding became president of Nanjing Union Theological Seminary and vice president of Nanjing University.

Served as chairman and honorable chairman of Patriotic Movement Committee of Protestant Churches of China under banner of self-administration, self-support and self-propagation, president of China Christian Council, vice chairman of Jiangsu Provincial Committee of Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference.

Elected member of Third CPPCC National Committee, Standing Committee member of Fifth CPPCC National Committee, vice chairman of Seventh and Eighth CPPCC National Committees, deputy to Third, Fourth and Fifth National People's Congresses, Standing Committee member of Sixth and Seventh NPC, Vice-Chairman of the Ninth National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference.


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