Dai Weimin

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Dai Weimin
Native name 戴维民
Born May 1962 (age 55)
Xuancheng, Anhui, China
Allegiance People's Republic of China
Service/branch People's Liberation Army
Years of service 1990s - 2014
Rank PLAMjGeneral r.png Major general
Commands held Deputy Dean at the People’s Liberation Army Nanjing Political College (2013–2014)
Dai Weimin
Traditional Chinese 戴維民
Simplified Chinese 戴维民

Dai Weimin (born May 1962) is a former officer in the Chinese People’s Liberation Army. He obtained the rank of major general (Shao Jiang) in 2010 and served as Deputy Dean at the [[PLA Nanjing Political College.[1] He was investigated by the PLA's anti-graft agency in November 2014.[2]

Life and career

Dai was born and raised in Xuancheng, Anhui province.[3] During the early 1980s, he entered the East China Normal University, studying library science under He Jinduo and Liu Zhongtao. Then he earned a Doctor of Literature degree from Fudan University.

In the early 1990s, he was assigned to Air Force Institute of Politics of Shanghai, and he served as Library curator and director of Information Management Department of People’s Liberation Army Nanjing Political College, Shanghai.

He served as Deputy Head of Training Department of PLA Nanjing Political College in 2006, and four years later promoted to the Head position.[4]

In 2013, he was promoted again to become the Deputy Dean at the People’s Liberation Army Nanjing Political College.[5]

In November 2014, he was taken away by the People's Liberation Army’s prosecution organs.[6]


  1. ^ "戴维民落马原因曝光 上校升少将仅用4年". Sohu (in Chinese). 2014. 
  2. ^ "南京政治学院副院长戴维民少将被查". Sohu (in Chinese). 2014. 
  3. ^ "南京政治学院副院长戴维民被查". Sohu (in Chinese). 2014. 
  4. ^ "南京政治学院戴维民少将被查". Tencent (in Chinese). 2014. 
  5. ^ "戴维民少将被查". 163.COM (in Chinese). 2014. 
  6. ^ "China probes another senior military official for graft". Todayonline. December 9, 2014. 

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