Chen Wei (politician)

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Chen Wei
Communist Party Secretary of Zaozhuang
In office
December 2011 – February 2015
Preceded by Liu Yuxiang (刘玉祥)
Succeeded by Li Tongdao (李同道)[1]
Mayor of Zaozhuang
In office
September 2006 – December 2011
Preceded by Liu Yuxiang
Succeeded by Zhang Shuping (张术平)
Secretary of Shandong Provincial Committee of the Communist Youth League
In office
September 2002 – September 2006
Preceded by Liu Huiyan (刘慧晏)
Succeeded by Zhang Guangfeng (张光峰)
Personal details
Born October 1966 (age 52)
Jinhua, Zhejiang
Nationality Chinese
Political party Communist Party of China
Residence Zaozhuang, Shandong
Alma mater PLA Information Engineering University
Harbin Engineering University
East China University of Science and Technology
Tokyo Institute of Technology
Occupation Politician

Chen Wei (simplified Chinese: 陈伟; traditional Chinese: 陳偉; pinyin: Chén Weǐ; born October 1966) is a former Chinese politician who spent most of his career in East China's Shandong province. As of February 2015 he was under investigation by the Communist Party of China's anti-corruption agency.[2] Previously he served as the Communist Party Secretary of Zaozhuang.[3]

Chinese media reported that Chen Wei had close relations with Gu Liping, wife of Ling Jihua, former Vice Chairman of the National Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) and the head of the United Front Work Department of the Communist Party Central Committee.[4]

Life and career

Chen Wei was born and raised in Jinhua, Zhejiang. He entered PLA Information Engineering University in September 1984, majoring in information system at the College of Electronic Technology, where he graduated in July 1988. Then he was a postgraduate student at Harbin Engineering University from August 1988 to August 1990, and from September 1990-September 1993 doctoral student at East China University of Science and Technology. He then went to Japan for four years to study economic management. He remained in Japan, becoming a chief engineer at Omron Corporation in April 1997.

Chen returned to China in 2000, he was the assistant mayor in Weihai in December 2000, and Vice-Mayor, in January 2002.

In September 2002, he was appointed Secretary and Party Branch Secretary of Shandong Provincial Committee of the Communist Youth League, he remained in that position until September 2006, when he was transferred to Zaozhuang and appointed Deputy Communist Party Secretary and Mayor. He was Communist Party Secretary, the top political position in the city, from December 2011 to February 2015.

On February 28, 2015, the state media reported that he was placed under investigation by the Communist Party's anti-corruption agency. Then he was dismissed for corruption.


  1. ^ "山东4市一把手调整 李同道接替陈伟任枣庄书记". Sina (in Chinese). 2015-02-28.
  2. ^ "Shandong City's former Party chief had ties to Ling Jihua". Sina. 2015-02-10.
  3. ^ Ju Chuanjiang and Zhao Ruixue (2014-04-03). "Young Party chief restores Zaozhuang". Chinadaily.
  4. ^ "山东枣庄市委原书记陈伟接受组织调查". Neteast (in Chinese). 2015-02-28.
Party political offices
Liu Yuxiang
Communist Party Secretary of Zaozhuang
December 2011 – February 2015
Li Tongdao
Government offices
Liu Yuxiang
Mayor of Zaozhuang
September 2006 – December 2011
Zhang Shuping
Civic offices
Liu Huiyan
Secretary of Shandong Provincial Committee of the Communist Youth League
September 2002 – September 2006
Zhang Guangfeng
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