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Xue Dubi (Chinese: 薛篤弼) (1892-July 9, 1973) was a politician of the Republic of China and the People's Republic of China. He was born in Yuncheng, Shanxi. In 1911, at the age of 19, he joined the Tongmenghui. He was the 10th Republic-era mayor of Beijing as part of the Beiyang government. He later went over to the Kuomintang and served in the various positions in the Nationalist government in both Nanjing and Chongqing. After the creation of the People's Republic, Xue chose to remain in the mainland. He died in Shanghai at the age of 82.

Preceded by
Wang Zhixiang
Mayor of Beijing
December 31, 1924-October 1925
Succeeded by
Liu Ji
Preceded by
new office
Minister of the Interior (Nationalist Government)
August 1927-October 1928
Succeeded by
Yan Xishan
Preceded by
new office
Minister of Health (Nationalist Government)
October 1928-November 1929
Preceded by
new office
Chairman of the water resources Commission of the Executive Yuan
September 1941-June 1946
Succeeded by
himself as Administration of water conservancy Committee
Preceded by
himself as Chairman of the water resources Commission of the Executive Yuan
Administration of water conservancy Committee
June 1946-April 1947
Succeeded by
himself as Minister of Water works
Preceded by
himself as Administration of water conservancy Committee
Minister of Water works
June 1946-April 1947

BibliographyEdit

  • Xu Youchun (徐友春) (main ed.) (2007). Unabridged Biographical Dictionary of the Republic, Revised and Enlarged Version (民国人物大辞典 增订版). Hebei People's Press (Hebei Renmin Chubanshe; 河北人民出版社). ISBN 978-7-202-03014-1.
  • 劉寿林ほか編 (1995). 民国職官年表|和書. 中華書局. ISBN 7-101-01320-1.