Lin Feng (September 30, 1906 - September 29, 1977), formerly known as Zheng yongxiao, was born in Wangkui, Heilongjiang Province. Since November 1932, he has been Secretary of the CPC Beiping Municipal Committee and head of the organization department. In 1933, he was appointed inspector of Hebei Provincial Committee of CPC. In December 1935, he was re appointed secretary of the CPC Beiping Municipal Committee. Since February 1936, he has been the Secretary of the Tianjin municipal Party committee of the Communist Party of China. Since May 1936, he has been the Secretary of Comrade Liu Shaoqi, the representative of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China in the north and the Secretary of the North Bureau. He served as Deputy Secretary General of the CPC Central Committee from April 1954 to September 1956. He was elected to the Standing Committee of the first National People's Congress in September 1954. Vice chairman of the second and third NPC Standing Committee
Lin Feng (September 30, 1906 - September 29, 1977) was born in Wangkui, Heilongjiang Province. His original name was Zheng yongxiao, and his former names were Zheng boqiao (boqiao, boqiao), Zheng Lingfeng, Lin shuoshi and Luo Heng.
In March 1927, Fan Wenlan introduced that he joined the Communist Party of China in Tianjin and became a university culture. In 1924, he entered Tianjin Nankai Middle School and participated in the progressive student movement. After 1927, he engaged in the secret work of the party in Beijing and Tianjin. In 1930, he was Secretary of the Party branch of the Institute of technology of Peking University. After the September 18th Incident in 1931, he served as a member of the Party group of the students' southward demonstration group in Peking. In 1932, he served as member of the Executive Committee and Secretary of the party League of Hebei anti imperialist League, and director of the Organization Department of the Preparatory Committee of the national anti imperialist League. Since November 1932, he has been Secretary of the CPC Beiping Municipal Committee and head of the organization department. In 1933, he was appointed inspector of Hebei Provincial Committee of CPC. In December 1935, he was re appointed secretary of the CPC Beiping Municipal Committee. Since February 1936, he has been the Secretary of the Tianjin municipal Party committee of the Communist Party of China. Since May 1936, he has been the Secretary of Comrade Liu Shaoqi, the representative of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China in the north and the Secretary of the North Bureau. After the outbreak of the Anti Japanese War, from September 1937 to May 1938, he served as Deputy Secretary of the Shanxi Working Committee of the Communist Party of China (later changed to provincial Party committee). Since November 1937, he has been a member of the North Bureau of the CPC Central Committee and head of the organization department. From May 1938 to February 1940, he served as the Secretary of the Party committee of the southwest region of Shanxi Province, during which he concurrently served as the political member of the Western Shanxi independent detachment of the Eighth Route Army since December 1938. From February 1940 to August 1942, he served as the Secretary of the Party committee of Western Shanxi. Since the beginning of 1940, he has been a member of the military and political Commission in Northwest Shanxi. Since November 1941, he has been the vice chairman of the Preparatory Committee of the Provisional Senate in Northwest Shanxi. Since June 1942, he has been a deputy political member of the Shanxi Suiyuan united defense army and a member of the Shaanxi Gansu Ningxia Shanxi Suiyuan Financial Committee. From August 1942 to October 1943, he served as deputy political commissar of the Jin Sui military region. From August 1942 to 1945, he served as deputy secretary and Acting Secretary of the Jinsui branch of the CPC Central Committee.
In October 1942, he was elected president of the Provisional Senate in Northwest Shanxi. From October 1943 to August 1945, he served as a political commissar of the Jin Sui military region. After the victory of the Anti Japanese War, he became a member of the Northeast Bureau of the CPC Central Committee in September 1945. From November 1945 to June 1948, he concurrently served as the director of the Organization Department of the Northeast Bureau. From January to July 1946, he served as secretary of Jilin Liaoning provincial Party committee (Dongman branch) and political member of Jilin Liaoning (Dongman) military region. From October 1948 to October 1946, he was appointed chairman of the Northeast provincial and municipal political headquarters of the CPC. Since 1947, he has been the chairman of the Agricultural Committee of the Northeast administrative committee. Since May 1948, he has been a member of the Standing Committee of the Northeast Bureau of the CPC Central Committee, concurrently president of the Northeast Academy of Sciences since July, and President of the Northeast Branch of Marxism Leninism University since August.
In August 1949, he was elected vice chairman of the Northeast People's Government (until January 1953), during which he was concurrently director of the general office of the Northeast People's government, deputy director of the people's Economic Planning Commission, director of the people's Supervision Commission, and director of the political and Law Commission. After the founding of the people's Republic of China, he served as a member of the Central People's Government Committee. From January 1950 to November 1954, he concurrently served as the head of the United Front Department of the Northeast Bureau. He was Deputy Secretary of the Northeast bureau since 1951, and the first deputy secretary of the Northeast bureau from August 1952 to November 1954. From January 1953 to August 1954, he served as vice chairman of the Northeast administrative committee. He was also a vice political commissar of the Northeast military region.
He served as Deputy Secretary General of the CPC Central Committee from April 1954 to September 1956. He was elected to the Standing Committee of the first National People's Congress in September 1954. From November 1954 to June 1959, he served as director of the second office of the State Council (culture and Education Office). Since 1958, he has been the director of the amateur education committee of the State Council. In April 1959 and January 1965, he was elected vice chairman of the Standing Committee of the second and third National People's Congress. From January 1963 to 1966, he served as president and Secretary of the Party committee of the senior Party School of the CPC Central Committee (since September 1963). He has been the president of the China DPRK Friendship Association since April 1966.
He was persecuted in the "Cultural Revolution" and was arrested and jailed from 1968 to 1972. After the "Cultural Revolution", it was vindicated. Member of the 7th and 8th CPC Central Committee. He died in Beijing on September 29, 1977.
His wife, Guo Mingqiu, is one of the student leaders of the 129 movement.
His son, Lin Yanzhi, born in 1947, was formerly Deputy Secretary of Jilin provincial Party committee of the Communist Party of China, and is now executive vice chairman and Deputy Secretary of the Party group of Jilin provincial CPPCC; his other son, Lin Xiaoke, is now Secretary of the Party committee of Beijing Institute of international relations.
Chronology of people
Born in Zhengjiatun, gongtouer village, Haifeng Township, Wangkui County, Heilongjiang Province on September 30 (August 13 of the lunar calendar). His original name was Zheng yongxiao, and his former names were Zheng boqiao (boqiao, boqiao), Zheng Lingfeng, Lin shuoshi and Lin Feng.
1913 (7 years old)
He went to study in his own private school. Until I was eleven.
1918 (12 years old)
Zheng Jia analyzed the family and divided the family of 108 into seven shares. Lin Feng's father moved to Wangkui county.
He was admitted to the advanced class of Wangkui No.1 Primary School.
1920 (14 years old)
I graduated from Wangkui No.1 Primary School.
1921 (15 years old)
My father's golden bank went bankrupt. He had a hard life at home and went to Wangkui County post office as an apprentice.
1922 (16 years old)
Quit the post office and study at home.
1923 (17 years old)
He went to Tianjin to study.
1924 (18 years old)
After tutoring, he was admitted to Nankai Middle School in Tianjin during the summer vacation and changed his name to Zheng Baiqiao. He was elected president of Student Union and school journal by his classmates.
On October 24, Feng Yuxiang launched a coup d'etat in Beijing to overthrow Cao Kun's government, a warlord directly under his command, and called Sun Yat Sen to go north.
On December 4, Sun Yat Sen arrived in Tianjin and was welcomed by more than 20000 people. Lin Feng organized progressive students to attend the welcome meeting.
On June 5, Tianjin students went on strike in response to the May 30th Movement. Lin Feng reported the May 30th massacre to his classmates, accused the imperialists of slaughtering Shanghai workers, and organized his classmates to participate in the struggle through the student union.
According to the instructions of the party organization, a civilian evening school was set up in Tianjin. It was not only a principal, but also a teacher.
1926 (20 years old)
In September, the Northern Expedition army came to Wuhan. The Communist teachers of Nankai Middle School mobilized the students to join the National Revolutionary Army and organized the masses to welcome the northern expedition.
Lin Feng was determined to join the army, and with his classmates Bao Yongrui, Zhang Wenyou, and Zhang Boyuan, he was secretly admitted to Wuhan Branch of Huangpu Military Academy. Later, because of the need of revolutionary work, he stayed in Tianjin to work.
In March, Fan Wenlan, who teaches in Nankai Middle School, joined the Communist Party of China.
On April 12, Chiang Kai Shek launched a counter revolutionary coup in Shanghai, killing Communists and revolutionary masses.
The party organization in Tianjin decided to go underground, and all the party members were hidden.
In May, Lin Feng visited Kui's hometown and returned to Tianjin after living for more than 20 days. Because the party organization was destroyed, it lost contact with the organization. In order to find the organization, he traveled to the cities of Ping, Jin, Hu and Han, as well as Hebei, Jin, Jiang and Zhejiang.
On May 3, the Japanese army provoked in Jinan and the "Jinan Massacre" took place. Lin Feng is working in Haizhou middle school in Donghai County, Jiangsu Province, organizing teachers and students to go to the countryside to publicize Anti Japanese activities.
In September, he left Donghai middle school and returned to Tianjin to prepare for further study.
In spring, I went to Peiping and lived in Fuxing apartment to review my lessons.
Xia was admitted to the Institute of technology of Peking University and changed his name to Zheng Lingfeng.
1930 (24 years old)
In the Institute of technology of Peking University, Lei Ruoyu restored the relationship between the party organizations and served as the Secretary of the Party branch of the Institute of technology.
1931 (25 years old)
On September 18, the Japanese Kwantung Army launched the September 18 Incident. Chiang Kai Shek ordered "no resistance" and the three eastern provinces fell one after another. Anti Japanese sentiment is high across the country.
At the end of November, the Hebei provincial Party committee and the Beiping municipal Party committee of the Communist Party of China launched an anti Japanese struggle and organized a southward demonstration. Lin Feng, as a representative of the Institute of technology of Peking University, participated in the struggle and was one of the party members of the South demonstration group of Peking University students.
On December 11, a demonstration group of Beiping students went south to petition the national government. From the 14th, patriotic students from Shanghai, Guangzhou, Hangzhou, Suzhou, Anqing and other places have demonstrated in Nanjing for several consecutive days.
On December 18, the Nanjing government dispatched a large number of military, police and gendarmes to force patriotic students to leave Beijing. All the students of the Peiping demonstration group were taken on the train and forced to return to Peiping.
1933 (26 years old)
In February, on the Lunar New Year's Eve, he led the students studying in Heilongjiang Province to settle accounts with Wan Fulin, the former chairman of Heilongjiang provincial government, and revealed that their father and son were under the pressure of the enemy
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