Chu Qing, Chinese politician, Died at 92


Chu Qing/ 楚青/ Chǔ Qīng/ Zhan Yongzhu/ 詹永珠 was born in March 1923 and died on February 21, 2016.
She was Chinese politician.
He was a bureaucrat of the People’s Republic of China.
She was the widow of General Su Yu.
Chu Qing started to participate in the revolution in November 1938, and joined the Communist Party of China in March 1939.
Chu Qing served as a secretary in the headquarters in Jiangnan and Subei or New Fourth Army.
Qing also worked in No. 1 division of New Fourth Army, New Fourth Army headquarters in Huanghuatang, East China bureau of CPC’s central committee, Jiangsu-Zhejiang Military Region, Central China bureau of CPC’s central committee, Central China Military Region, East China Field Army, and CPC’s central committee in Jinan City.
Chu Qing was married to Su Yu on December 26, 1941.
Chu retired from Army, and became the director of the office of policy study in the Ministry of Commerce, in 1952.
She became the senior secretary in the Department of Planning Superintendence at the PLA Academy of Military Science, in 1970.
Chu Qing passed away at 92 yrs old.