He Yiting

He Yiting (Chinese: 何毅亭; born 1952) is a Chinese academic and politician. Since 2013, He has served as the executive vice president of the Central Party School (rank equivalent of minister), the top ideological indoctrination institution of the Communist Party of China.

CareerEdit

Born in Hanzhong, Shaanxi province, in 1952, He was a sent-down youth during the Cultural Revolution and later worked as a factory worker. After the resumption of the National College Entrance Exams, He was admitted to the Beijing Normal University. In 1985 He earned a bachelor's, then a master's degree in history. In 1986 he began working in an administrative position for the General Office of the Communist Party of China. By 1989, he became a leader on the party-building focus group of the Office for Policy Research.

In June 2000, he was named deputy chief of the Office for Policy Research, a role in which he served until 2013. He has served on two Central Leading Groups, including the Leading Group on Educating Party Members on Modern Demands, and the Leading Group for the Pilot Programs of the Deepening the Study of the Scientific Development Concept. In September 2013, he was named executive vice president of the Central Party School, presiding over day-to-day work of the institution.[1]

He is a member of the 18th Central Committee of the Communist Party of China. He was a delegate to the 17th and 18th National Congresses of the Communist Party.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "何毅亭出任中央党校常务副校长(图)" (in Chinese). 凤凰网. Retrieved 2013-09-29.
Party political offices
Preceded by
Li Jingtian
Executive Vice President of the Central Party School
2013 – present
Succeeded by
Incumbent