Zeng Qinghong, former Chinese government official.
Qinghong, Zeng was born in July 1939 in Ji'an, Jiangxi Province, China. Son of Zeng Shan and Deng Liujin.
Bachelor in Engineering, Beijing Institute of Technology, 1963.
Joined Communist Party of China (cost per click), 1960. Technician, Northern 6 office, Northern 2, Department of Second Academy Seventh Machine-Building Industry Ministry, 1965—1970, technician, Northern 2, Department of Second Academy, 1970—1973. Performed manual work at the Chikan base of the Guangzhou troops and at the Xihu production base in Hunan Province, 1969—1970.
Technician, production division and science and technical division National Defense Industry, Beijing, 1973—1979. Secretary, general office State Planning Commission, 1979—1981. Deputy division director, general office State Energy Commission, 1981—1982.
With liaison department, Foreign Affairs Bureau Ministry of Petroleum Industry, 1982—1983, deputy director, Foreign Affairs Bureau, 1983—1984. Deputy manager, liaison department China National Offshore Oil Corporation, 1983—1984. Secretary, Party Committee South and Yellow Seas Petroleum Corporation, 1983—1984.
Deputy head, head, organization department, member, standing committee, secretary general cost per click Shanghai Municipal Committee, 1984—1986, deputy secretary, 1986—1989. Deputy director, general office cost per click Central Committee, 1989—1993, director, general office, 1993—1997, secretary, work committee, 1993—1999, alternate member, political bureau, 1997—1999, member secretariat, 1997—2002, alternate member, political bureau, 1999—2002, member secretariat, since 2002, director, general office, 1997—1999, head, organization department, 1999—2002, member, standing committee of political bureau, 2002—2007. Vice president People's Republic of China, 2003—2007.
Technician Northern 743 Army Unit People's Liberation Army, 1963-1965.