Miao Ruilin

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Miao Ruilin
Mayor of Nanjing
In office
16 October 2013 – 19 January 2018
Preceded by Ji Jianye
Succeeded by Lan Shaomin
Personal details
Born November 1964 (age 53)
Rudong County, Jiangsu, China
Political party Communist Party of China

Miao Ruilin (Chinese: 缪瑞林; pinyin: Miào Rùilín; born November 1964) is a Chinese politician previously serving as Mayor of Nanjing. He currently serves as one of the vice governors of Jiangsu province.

Miao was born in Rudong County, Jiangsu. He graduated from the Jiangsu Agricultural College, where he obtained a bachelor's degree in agriculture followed by a doctorate in land management. He has served in various government roles, including chief of the Jiangsu Agricultural Resources Development Bureau, the deputy Communist Party Secretary, Mayor, and Party Secretary of the city of Suqian. In January 2013, Miao was elected Vice-Governor of the Jiangsu province.[1] In December 2013, in the aftermath of the Shuanggui of then Nanjing mayor Ji Jianye, Miao was named Acting Mayor, then confirmed as Mayor of Nanjing in January 2014 til January 2018.[2] The mayoralty in Nanjing is a sub-provincial-level position.In January 2018,he was elected Vice-Governor of the Jiangsu province again.


  1. ^ "毛伟明、缪瑞林新任江苏副省长". Renminwang. Archived from the original on 2013-12-28. Retrieved 2013-05-01. 
  2. ^ 缪瑞林当选南京市长:要多做没有鲜花掌声的实事,中国新闻网,2014-01-16

External links

  • Official career data of Miao Ruilin
Government offices
Preceded by
Ji Jianye
Mayor of Nanjing
Succeeded by
Lan Shaomin
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