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Tian Fengshan

(1940 - )

 

Born in October 1940 in Zhaoyuan County, Heilongjiang Province.

In March 1970, he joined the Communist Party of China (CPC).

In July 1961, he began to work, upon graduation from the Second Artillery Technical College in Xi'an, majoring in Automatic Control.

In February 1964, he worked as a teacher in the Central School of Yishun People's Commune in Zhaoyuan County, Heilongjiang Province.

In June 1973, he was appointed secretary of the Party Committee of Chengjiao People's Commune in Zhaoyuan County.

In December 1977, he was promoted to deputy secretary of Zhaoyuan County Party Committee, and deputy magistrate of the county.

In September 1983, he was made secretary of Zhaoyuan County Party Committee, and magistrate of Zhaoyuan County.

In December 1985, he became a member of Suihua Prefecture Party Committee, and deputy director of the prefecture.

In February 1987, he rose to deputy secretary of Suihua Prefecture Party Committee, and director of the prefecture.

In February 1988, he climbed to secretary of the Mudanjiang Municipal Party Committee.

In April 1989, he ascended to vice-governor of Heilongjiang provincial government.

In August 1991, he was nominated secretary of the Harbin Municipal Party Committee.

In September 1991, he went to the leading board of the province, becoming a member of the Standing Committee of Heilongjiang Provincial Party Committee, and concurrently acting as secretary of Harbin Municipal Party Committee.

In August 1992, he became a deputy secretary of Heilongjiang Provincial Party Committee, and also secretary of Harbin Municipal Party Committee.

In May 1994, Tian became acting governor of Heilongjiang, and at the same time a deputy secretary of the Provincial Party Committee and secretary of the Harbin Municipal Party Committee.

In February 1995, he was elected Heilongjiang provincial governor.

In December 1999, Tian moved to Beijing and became secretary of the Leading Party Group of the Ministry of Land and Resources.

Tian is an alternate member of the 14th CPC Central committee, and a full member of 15th and 16th CPC Central Committee.

Tian became minister of Land and Resources in March 2000.

Tian was re-appointed minister of Land and Resources in March 2003.

Tian was removed from minister of Land and Resources in October 2003 due to corruption.

 

 

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