The State Council has appointed Sun Da and Zheng Zhentao as vice-directors of the Liaison Office of the Central People’s Government in Macau, according to a statement announced from the office on Wednesday.
Including the two new vice-directors, the office now has a total of five vice-directors. The other three are Chen Sixi, Chen Qiming and Yao Jian.
The office said in the statement that 54-year-old Sun was secretary-general of the office before becoming a vice-director, pointing out that he was born Shandong and holds a master’s degree.
According to the office, 53-year-old Zheng was born in Guangdong and was the secretary of the Communist Party of China’s (CPC) Municipal Committee of Shaoguan city in Guangdong. Zheng also holds a master’s degree.
The office said in the statement that Zheng took up his new position on Monday. It did not say when Sun moved into his new post.
The office represents the central government in Macau. Its director, Li Gang, is the highest-ranking central government official posted to Macau. (macaunews/macaupost)