Hu Changsheng

Summary

Hu Changsheng
胡昌升
Governor of Heilongjiang
Assumed office
22 February 2021
Preceded byWang Wentao
Personal details
BornDecember 1963 (age 58)
Gao'an, Jiangxi, China
Political partyChinese Communist Party
Alma materChengdu University of Technology
Shandong University

Hu Changsheng (Chinese: 胡昌升; pinyin: Hú Chāngshēng; born December 1963) is a Chinese politician currently serving as governor of Heilongjiang. He joined the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) in January 1986, and entered the workforce in July of that same year. He is an alternate member of the 19th CCP Central Committee.[1]

He was a delegate to the 18th National Congress of the Chinese Communist Party and is a delegate to the 19th National Congress of the Chinese Communist Party. He was a delegate to the 11th National People's Congress and is a delegate to the 13th National People's Congress.[citation needed]

Early life and education

Hu was born in Gao'an, Jiangxi, in December 1963. In September 1982, he was admitted to Chengdu Institute of Geology (now Chengdu University of Technology), where he majored in geological and mineral survey. After graduation, he taught at the university. He earned his doctorate in history from Shandong University in December 2003.

Political career

He began his political career in December 1998, when he was appointed deputy magistrate of Jinjiang District, one of eleven urban districts of the prefecture-level city of Chengdu, the capital of Sichuan. He was party chief of Yingjing County in January 2012, but having held the position for only two years. In February 2004, he was appointed head of the Organization Department of Ya'an Municipal Committee of the Chinese Communist Party and was admitted to member of the standing committee of the CCP Ya'an Municipal Committee, the city's top authority. He also served as party chief of Hanyuan County. In October 2006, he was appointed deputy party chief of Suining, concurrently holding the mayor position next month. In February 2012, he became deputy party chief of Garzê Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture, rising to party chief two months later.

In June 2015, he was transferred to the neighboring Qinghai province. He was appointed head of the Organization Department of Qinghai Provincial Committee of the Chinese Communist Party, and promoted to member of the standing committee of the CCP Qinghai Provincial Committee, the province's top authority.

In July 2017, he was assigned to the similar position in the coastal province Fujian.[2] In February 2019, he became party chief of Xiamen, a major tourist city in Fujian province. In September 2020, he was promoted to become deputy party chief of Fujian.

In January 2021, he was transferred to northeast China's Heilongjiang province and appointed deputy party chief and party branch secretary of the provincial government.[3] On 22 February, he was elected governor of Heilongjiang on the 5th session of the 13th Heilongjiang People's Congress.[1]

References

  1. ^ a b 候补中央委员胡昌升,当选黑龙江省长. qq.com (in Chinese). 22 February 2021. Retrieved 2 March 2021.
  2. ^ Yi Yi (伊一) (22 July 2017). 胡昌升赴福建省履新 曾在四川青海两省任职. ce.cn (in Chinese). Retrieved 2 March 2021.
  3. ^ Zhong Yuhao (钟煜豪); Jiang Ziwen (蒋子文) (29 January 2021). 福建省委副书记、厦门市委书记胡昌升任黑龙江省委副书记. thepaper.cn (in Chinese). Retrieved 2 March 2021.
Government offices
Preceded by
Ren Yongchang
Mayor of Suining
2006–2012
Succeeded by
He Huazhang
Preceded by Governor of Heilongjiang
2021–present
Incumbent
Party political offices
Preceded by
Liu Daoping
Communist Party Secretary of Garzê Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture
2012–2015
Succeeded by
Liu Chengming
Preceded by
Wang Lingjun
Head of the Organization Department of Qinghai Provincial Committee of the Chinese Communist Party
2015–2017
Succeeded by
Preceded by Head of the Organization Department of Fujian Provincial Committee of the Chinese Communist Party
2017–2019
Succeeded by
Yang Xianjin
Preceded by
Pei Jinjia
Communist Party Secretary of Xiamen
2019–2021
Succeeded by
Zhao Long
Preceded by
Wang Ning
Deputy Communist Party Secretary of Fujian
2020–2021
Succeeded by
TBA