Hong Kong is currently being ruled by the barbarian Beijing regime not because Hong Kongers are willing to be ruled by China, but because on July 1, 1997 Hong Kong was annexed by China by force, essentially the Chinese troops stationed in Hong Kong, or officially known as the PLA Hong Kong Garrison. more  Once Hong Kong gains independence, high-ranking officers of the PLA Hong Kong Garrison, whether on active service or retired, shall be put on trial in Hong Kong as war criminals for the atrocities they committed to Hong Kong people. 


List of Chinese War Criminals
green remarks
indicate incumbents

Commanders

Liu Zhenwu
 Liu Zhenwu (劉匪鎮武), born in 1944 and a native of Hunan, was a veteran of the Sino-Vietnamese War (Feb-Mar 1979). Liu became commander of the 42nd Group Army in 1992, commander of PLA Hong Kong Garrison in 1994 (based in Hong Kong 1997-99), vice commander of Guangzhou Military Region in 1999, commander of Guangzhou Military Region in 2002, and PLA's vice chief of general staff in 2007. Liu was elected to the 15th and 16th Central Committee of Chinese Communist Party.
Liu Zhenwu

Xiong Ziren
 Xiong Ziren (熊匪自仁), born in 1943 and a native of Hubei, assumed positions as follows: political commissar of Guangxi Provincial Military District of Guangzhou Military Region in 1993, political commissar of PLA Hong Kong Garrison (1994-98), became commander of PLA Hong Kong Garrison in 1999. Xiong returned to China in 2003 to serve as vice political commissar of Nanjing Military Region.

Wang Jitang
 Wang Jitang (王匪繼堂), born in 1946, a native of Shanxi, became chief of combat department, command of Chengdu Military Region in 1985, chief of staff of 14th Group Army in 1989, vice chief of staff of Chengdu Military Region in 1993, and commander of Yunnan Provincial Military District of Chengdu Military Region in 1998. In 2003, Wang became vice commander of Guangzhou Military Region and the third commander of PLA Hong Kong Garrison concurrently. Wang fought Sino-Vietnamese War (1979-1986).

Zhang Shipo
 Zhang Shipo (張匪仕波), born in 1952, a native of Zhejiang, has ever assumed the positions of chief of staff of 67th Group Army, vice commander of 20th Group Army, vice chief of staff of Jinan Military Region, commander of 20th Group Army, alternate member of the 17th Central Committee of Chinese Communist Party. Zhang was commander of 20th Group Army before he left China for Hong Kong in December 2007 to become the fourth commander of PLA Hong Kong Garrison. Zhang is the first People's Republic of China-born commander of PLA Hong Kong Garrison. The 20th Group Army belongs to Jinan Military Region. In October 2012, Zhang left Hong Kong for China, as he was promoted to commander of Beijing Military Region.

Wang Xiaojun
 Wang Xiaojun (王匪曉軍), born in 1952, a native of Hebei, was chief of staff of 41st Group Army of Guangzhou Military Region before he became vice commander of PLA Hong Kong Garrison. Afterward, Wang returned to China to assume the position of commander of Hainan Provincial Military District of Guangzhou Military Region. Then, Wang was vice commander of Shenyang Military Region before he became commander of PLA Hong Kong Garrison in October 2012. In August 2014, Wang left Hong Kong for China where he became vice commander of Guangzhou Military Region.

Tan Benhong
 Tan Benhong (譚匪本宏), born in 1957, a native of Hunan, was army officer of the Regiment 75210 of Guangdong Military Region before he left China for Hong Kong in June 2007 to take up the position of chief of staff and two months later the position of vice commander of PLA Hong Kong Garrison. In January 2008 he returned to China to become the vice army chief of the 42nd Army Group. In 2010, he became the vice commander of the Qinghai Base (No. 56) of the Second Artillery (commonly known as China's Strategic Missile Troops). In 2011, he became the commander of Hainan Provincial Military District. In 2014 July, he became the commander of PLA Hong Kong Garrison.




Vice Commanders

Zhou Borong
 Zhou Borong (周匪伯榮), a member of Crown Prince Party, can speak English because he studied in the Royal Military Academy in Britain. From 1997 to 1999, Zhou was vice commander of PLA Hong Kong Garrison, engaging in intelligence. Zhou was promoted to vice chief of staff of PLA's naval command in 2001.

Wan Shijun
 Wan Shijun (宛匪世軍), born in 1949 and a native of Hebei, was vice commander (combat) of PLA Hong Kong Garrison 1997 through 1999. Wan returned to China in 1999 to become vice commander of Guangdong Provincial District of Guangzhou Military Region, and became commander of Hubei Provincial District of Guangzhou Military Region in 2003. In February 2015, He stood trial for corruption in a court-martial.

Chen Zhishu
 Chen Zhishu (陳匪知庶), born in 1954, a native of Hunan, a member of Crown Prince Party (as he was a son of Chen Geng (陳匪賡) -- an important communist marshal in the 1940s), left China for Hong Kong in 1997 to become vice chief of staff of PLA Hong Kong Garrison. In 1998, Chen was promoted to vice commander of PLA Hong Kong Garrison to take charge of intelligence. Chen returned to China in 2003 to serve as vice chief of mobilization department of PLA's General Staff Department, and became commander of Gansu Provincial Military District in 2004.

Wang Xiaojun
 Wang Xiaojun (王匪曉軍), born in 1952, a native of Hebei, was chief of staff of 41st Group Army of Guangzhou Military Region before he became vice commander of PLA Hong Kong Garrison. Afterward, Wang returned to China to assume the position of commander of Hainan Provincial Military District of Guangzhou Military Region. He was commander of PLA Hong Kong Garrison from 2012 October to 2014 July.

Dong Wenjiu
 Dong Wenjiu (董匪文九), born in 1954 and a native of Hubei, was director of troops training section of military training department of PLA's General Staff Department before he left China for Hong Kong to assume the position of vice commander of PLA Hong Kong Garrison.

Zhang Yanxin
 Zhang Yanxin (張匪彥欣) became vice commander of PLA Hong Kong Garrison in 2001 and political commissar of Hebei Provincial Military District of Beijing Military Region in 2007.

Zhang Yongda
 Zhang Yongda (張匪永大) became chief of staff, and then vice army chief, of the 42nd Group Army of Guangzhou Military Region in the early 2000s, and became vice commander of PLA Hong Kong Garrison in 2007. 

Tan Benhong
 Tan Benhong (譚匪本宏), born in 1957, a native of Hunan, was army officer of the Regiment 75210 of Guangdong Military Region before he left China for Hong Kong in June 2007 to take up the position of chief of staff and two months later the position of vice commander of PLA Hong Kong Garrison. In January 2008 he returned to China to become the vice army chief of the 42nd Army Group. In 2010, he became the vice commander of the Qinghai Base (No. 56) of the Second Artillery (commonly known as China's Strategic Missile Troops). In 2011, he became the commander of Hainan Provincial Military District. In 2014 July, he became the commander of PLA Hong Kong Garrison.

Wang Junli
 Wang Junli (王匪郡里) left China for Hong Kong in May 2008 to serve as vice commander of PLA Hong Kong Garrison. Before that, Wang was the vice army chief of the 41st Group Army (stationed in Guangxi) of Guangzhou Military Region. Wang Junli

Chang Ming
 Chang Ming (張匪明), born in 1925 and a native of Shandong, left China for Hong Kong in 2009 to serve as vice commander of PLA Hong Kong Garrison. Before his arrival in Hong Kong, Chang was a vice commander of a Military Region in China and a Chinese Communist Party delegate member.

Zhou Songhe
 Zhou Songhe (周匪松和), a native of Hunan, was the military training & arms department chief of Guangzhou Military Region Command before he became chief of staff of PLA Hong Kong Garrison in 2007. He became vice commander in 2011.
Zhou Songhe

Dong Chao
 Dong Chao (董匪朝) was the Director of General Military Training Bureau in China before he left China for Hong Kong to become vice commander of PLA Hong Kong Garrison in 2011.

Chen Weizhan
  Chen Weizhan (陳匪維展) was the Head of Military Training Department, Guangzhou Military Region in China before he left China for Hong Kong to become vice commander of PLA Hong Kong Garrison in January 2012.

Han Peng
  Han Peng (韓匪鵬) was vice director of People's Air Defense Office, and later Combat Department head, of Guangzhou Military Region Command, before he left China for Hong Kong in 2011 to take up the position of Chief of Staff of PLA Hong Kong Garrison. In 2014, he was promoted to vice commander of PLA Hong Kong Garrison. In July 2015, he left Hong Kong for China to take up the position of Vice Chief of Staff of Guangzhou Military Region.

Li Weiya
 Li Weiya (李匪維亞) was deputy director of troops training section of military training department, and then deputy head of military training department, of PLA's General Staff Department before he left China for Hong Kong to assume the position of vice commander of PLA Hong Kong Garrison.

廖匪正榮
 Liao Zhengrong(廖匪正榮) was the director of the Shenzhen Military Base of the PLA Hong Kong Garrison before he became vice commander of PLA Hong Kong Garrison in August 2015.




Political Commissars

Wang Yufa
 Wang Yufa (王匪玉發), born in 1948 and a native of Henan, was political commissar of 127th Division of 54th Army (based in Henan, known as 54th Group Army after 1985, now under Jinan Military Region) fighting the one-month Sino-Vietnamese War in 1979, partnering Zhang Wannian [張匪萬年] who was the 127th division chief during the War, commander of Guangzhou Military Region in the 1980s, PLA's chief of general staff in 1992, and VIP at the "1997 Handover Ceremony" held on July 1, 1997 in Hong Kong. Wang became vice political commissar of PLA Hong Kong Garrison in 1994, and was promoted to political commissar of PLA Hong Kong Garrison in 1999. Wang returned to China in 2003 to serve as air forces political commissar of Chengdu Military Region. In 2006, Wang became vice political commissar and air forces political commissar concurrently, Guangzhou Military Region. Wang Yufa

Liu Liangkai
 Liu Liangkai (劉匪良凱), born in 1949, a native of Hunan, worked in Guangzhou Military Region Command from 1985 to 1998. Liu became director of political department of PLA Hong Kong Garrison in 1999, political commissar of PLA Macau Garrison in 2001, political commissar of PLA Hong Kong Garrison in 2004, political commissar of Guangxi Provincial Military District of Guangzhou Military Region in 2005, and political commissar of PLA Hong Kong Garrison again in 2007. In July 2010, Liu left Hong Kong for China to become vice political commissar of Guangzhou Military Region.
Liu Liangkai

Zhang Rucheng
 Zhang Rucheng (張匪汝成), born in 1947 and a native of Guangdong, assumed the following positions: chief of people work department, political commissar of military sub-region, and division's political commissar, of Guangzhou Military Region in the 1980s; director of political department and later vice political commissar of 41st Group Army of Guangzhou Military Region in the 1990s; and vice political commissar of Hubei Provincial Military District, and later political commissar of 41st Group Army, of Guangzhou Military Region in the early 2000s. Zhang left China for Hong Kong to become political commissar of PLA Hong Kong Garrison in 2005, and returned to China to serve as vice political commissar of Guangzhou Military Region in 2007. Zhang Rucheng

Wang Zengho
 Wang Zengbo (王匪增鉢), born in 1950, is a native of Hebei. Wang was the political commissar of Tibet Military Region before he left China for Hong Kong in July 2010 to become the political commissar of PLA Hong Kong Garrison.
Wang Zengbo

Yue Shixin
 Yue Shixin (岳匪世鑫), born in 1952, is a native of Hubei. Yue was the political commissar of the 42nd Group Army of Guangzhou Military Region before he left China for Hong Kong in July 2012 to become the political commissar of PLA Hong Kong Garrison.




Vice Political Commissars

Gao Laifu
Gao Laifu (高匪來夫) was born in 1949, a native of Liaoning. He was formerly vice political commissionar of the PLA Hong Kong Garrson. He was the head of the PLA military procuratorate from 2003 to 2009. On October 31, 2009 he was dismissed from the position of PLA military procuratory head under the order of the National People's Congress Standing Committee.

Li Wenchiao
 Li Wenchiao (李匪文潮), born in 1952 and a native of Jiangsu, was political commissar of Shenzhen logistics base before he left China for Hong Kong to serve as vice political commissar of PLA Hong Kong Garrison. In 2006, Li left Hong Kong for Macau to serve as political commissar of PLA Macau Garrison.

Cai Duowen
 Cai Duowen (蔡匪多文), born in 1951 and a native of Hunan, was vice political commissar of PLA Hong Kong Garrison before he assumed the position of vice political commissar, and later political commissar, of Guangdong Provincial Military District, Guangzhou Military Region.
Cai Duowen

Zhang Zhiguo
 Zhang Zhiguo (張匪志國) was political commissar of 124th Division of the 42nd Group Army of Guangzhou Military Region before being transferred to Hong Kong to assume the post of vice political commissar of PLA Hong Kong Garrison.
Zhang Zhiguo

Zeng Qingnian
 Zeng Qingnian (曾匪慶年) was the chief of cadre department, political department of Guangzhou Military Region before he left China for Hong Kong in 2004 to work as the director of political department of PLA Hong Kong Garrison. Afterward, Zeng was promoted to vice political commissar of PLA Hong Kong Garrison.

Liu Xunfa
 Liu Xunfa (劉匪勳發), born in 1947 and a native of Hubei, became vice political commissar of Guangxi Provincial Military District of Guangzhou Military Region in 1998, vice political commissar of PLA Hong Kong Garrison in 2001, and political commissar of Hubei Provincial Military District of Guangzhou Military Region in 2002.
Liu Xunfa

Rao Xinjian
  Rao Xinjian (饒匪新建) became vice director of political department of PLA Hong Kong Garrison in 2000, and became director of propaganda section of political department of Guangzhou Military Region in 2003. Rao was the publisher of The Promising Return 《歸途如虹》, a TV series about PLA's peaceful invasion into Hong Kong in 1997. He became the director of political department of PLA Hong Kong Garrison in 2007 and became vice political commissar of PLA Hong Kong Garrison in 2010.  In 2011, he was sent back to China to work in Guangzhou Military Region Command.

Feng Xiaolin
 Feng Xiaolin (馮匪曉林) was the human resources department head of Guangzhou Military Region Command and later the political commissar of the 9th Armoured Brigade [Troops 75250] of the 42nd Group Army before he left China for Hong Kong in 2010 to take up the position of director of political department of PLA Hong Kong Garrison. In 2012 April, he became the vice political commissar of the PLA Hong Kong Garrison. In 2014 July, he returned to China to act as political commissar of Hubei Provincial Military District of Guangzhou Military Region.




Chiefs of Staff

Cai Jiazuo
 Cai Jiazuo (蔡匪家作) was born in 1941, a native of Guangdong (广东揭阳人). Cai joined the PLA army in 1961 and was admitted to Chinese Communist Party in 1962. He was soldier, battalion secretary, chief of staff of the Regiment 371, Battalion 124, the 42nd Army. He fought a war at Paracel Islands against Vietnamese navy in 1974. He took part in Chinese military invasion into Vietnam in 1979. In 1985, he became vice chief of combat department of Guangzhou Military Region Command. In 1993, he became the preparation task force chief of Hong Kong PLA Garrison. In 1994, he became the chief of staff of Hong Kong PLA Garrison. In 1996, he became vice commander of Hunan Provincial Military District. He started his retirement from 1999.

周匪炳坤
 Zhou Bingkun (周匪炳坤), born in 1948 and a native of Hunan, worked in Guangzhou Military Region as chief of staff and division chief before he left China for Hong Kong to be the chief of staff of PLA Hong Kong Garrison. Afterward, Zhou returned to China to serve as vice chief of armament department of Guangzhou Military Region.

黎匪仕林
 Li Shilin (黎匪仕林), born in 1953 and a native of Guangdong, was a division chief of staff before he left China for Hong Kong in 1997 to serve as chief of logistics department, and then chief of staff, of PLA Hong Kong Garrison. Afterward, Li returned to China to serve as vice chief of logistics department of Guangzhou Military Region.

王匪玉仁
 Wang Yuren (王匪玉仁), born in 1954 and a native of Shandong, was director of Shenzhen logistics base before he left China for Hong Kong to serve as chief of staff of PLA Hong Kong Garrison. Wang was promoted to vice commander of PLA Hong Kong Garrison in 2007, and was promoted to commander of PLA Macau Garrison in February 2008.
王匪玉仁

劉匪聯華
 Liu Lianhua (劉匪聯華), born in1953, was chief of staff of PLA Hong Kong Garrison before he was transferred to Macau, in March 2002, to serve as commander of PLA Macau Garrison. In February 2008, Liu left Macau for China.

Han Peng
  Han Peng (韓匪鵬) was vice director of People's Air Defense Office, and later Combat Department head, of Guangzhou Military Region Command before he left China for Hong Kong in 2011 to take up the position of the Chief of Staff of PLA Hong Kong Garrison. He was promoted to vice commander of PLA Hong Kong Garrison in 2014. In July 2015, he left Hong Kong for China to take up the position of Vice Chief of Staff of Guangzhou Military Region.

Zhou Shangping
Zhou Shangping (周匪尚平) was director of People's Air Defense Office and Combat Department head, of Guangzhou Military Region Command before he left China for Hong Kong in 2015 to take up the position of the Chief of Staff of PLA Hong Kong Garrison.




Vice Chiefs of Staff

倪匪增
 Ni Zeng (倪匪增), a native of Guangdong, assumed the positions of regiment's chief of staff of 41st Group Army, combat department chief of armour department of Guangzhou Military Region, and chief of staff of Liuzhou Sub-Region of Guangzhou Military Region consecutively before he became vice chief of armament department of PLA Hong Kong Garrison in 1994. In 1997, Ni left China for Hong Kong to serve as PLA Hong Kong Garrison's vice chief of staff, and armament department chief later. Ni returned to China in 2004 to serve as vice commander of Guangdong Provincial Military District of Guangdong Military Region.

臧匪為
 Zang Wei (臧匪為) returned, after his term of vice chief of staff of PLA Hong Kong Garrison, to China to become vice chief of staff (air forces) of Guangzhou Military Region, and became vice chief of staff (air forces) of Lanzhou Military Region in 2007.

黃匪招強
 Huang Zhaoqiang (黃匪招強), a native of Guangdong, fought the 1979's Sino-Vietnamese War (photo taken in 1979), was vice chief of staff of PLA Hong Kong Garrison in 2002, and returned to China in 2004 to serve as a vice division chief for the 41st Group Army of Guangzhou Military Region.

楊匪衛軍
 Yang Weijun (楊匪衛軍), vice chief of staff and naval chief of staff.

趙匪永清
 Zhao Yongqing (趙匪永清)

Yi Nengquan
 Yi Nengquan (易匪能全)

Jiang Weimin
 Jiang Weimin (姜匪偉民), vice chief of staff and air force chief of staff.

Wang Wen
 Wang Wen (王匪文), vice chief of staff, 2008 March through 2009 April. In 2014 July, he became Macau's commander.




Chief of Marine Corps

房匪洪泰
 Fang Hongtai (房匪洪泰) returned, after his term of chief of marine corps of PLA Hong Kong Garrison, to China to serve as vice chief of staff of Shantou Marine Police District, Guangdong.




Chiefs of Air Corps

Li Guoxi
 Li Guoxi (李匪國喜) was the first chief of air corps of PLA Hong Kong Garrison (his colleagues are listed below). Afterward, Li quit and returned to China to serve as chief of air corps of Guangdong Provincial Police.
chief: Li Guoxi
(李匪國喜) 
vice chief: Ding Wenyi (丁匪文義), Chen Xianbing (陳匪憲斌), and Cheng Guoliang (程匪國良)   

political commissar: Liang Jiming (梁匪紀銘)
     
vice political commissar: Li Lachun (李匪臘春)
chief of staff: Pu Junan (
朴匪 俊安)    
vice chief of staff: Liu Yuehua (
劉匪躍華)
director of political department: Song Zhuangxin (
宋匪壯信)
director of airport: Ding Jilin (
丁匪吉林)    
political commissar of airport: Gan Dachun (
甘匪大春)
Political commissar Li Jiming (梁匪紀銘) returned to China in 2001 to serve as a political commissar in the Guangzhou Military Region.

周匪少飛
successor chiefs of air corps: Zhou Shaofei (周匪少飛),Yang Wengang (楊匪文剛), and Cong Huanyu (叢匪環宇).
successor political commissar: Jiao Chunlai (
焦匪春來)
successor chief of staff: Liu Liyun
(劉匪煜雲 )




Directors of Political Department

賀匪賢書
 He Xianshu (賀匪賢書), born in 1947 and a native of Hunan, became vice chief of organization department, political department of Guangzhou Military Region in 1989, political commissar of the 164th division of 41st Group Army of Guangzhou Military Region in 1990, the first director of political department of PLA Hong Kong Garrison in 1994, political commissar of PLA Macau Garrison in 1999, and political commissar of Hainan Provincial Military District of Guangzhou Military Region in 2001.
賀匪賢書

楊匪忠民
 Yang Zhongmin (楊匪忠民), born in 1952 and a native of Hunan, was chief of organization department, political department of Guangzhou Military Region before he left China for Hong Kong in 2001 to serve as director of political department of PLA Hong Kong Garrison.  In 2004, Yang left Hong Kong for Macau to become political commissar of PLA Macau Garrison. In 2006, Yang returned to China to serve as political commissar of Hunan Provincial Military District of Guangzhou Military Region.

陳匪傑
 Chen Jie (陳匪傑) was political commissar of the 121st Division [Unit 75120] of 41st Group Army of Guangzhou Military Region before he became director of political department of PLA Hong Kong Garrison. Chen's father-in-law was Zhang Wentai (張匪文台), a former political commissar of PLA's General Logistics Department.

Feng Xiaolin
 Feng Xiaolin (馮匪曉林) was the human resources department head of Guangzhou Military Region Command and later the political commissar of the 9th Armoured Brigade [Troops 75250] of the 42nd Group Army before he left China for Hong Kong in 2010 to take up the position of director of political department of PLA Hong Kong Garrison. In 2012 April, he became the vice political commissar of the PLA Hong Kong Garrison.

Feng Xiaolin
 Zhang Zhimeng (張匪智猛) was the propaganda department head of Guangzhou Military Region before he left China for Hong Kong in 2012 to take up the position of director of political department of PLA Hong Kong Garrison.

Zhou Wugang
 Zhou Wugang (周匪吳剛) was director of political department of PLA Macau Garrison and later head of editing office of political department of Guangzhou Military Region before he left China for Hong Kong in 2015 to take up the position of director of political department of PLA Hong Kong Garrison.




Vice Directors of Political Department

謝匪秋雲
 Xie Qiuyun (謝匪秋雲) had been a vice director of political department of PLA Hong Kong Garrison from July 1997. After finishing his term of service with PLA Hong Kong Garrison, he returned to China to take up the position of vice political commissar of the 41st Group Army of Guangzhou Military Region. Afterward, Xie became vice political commissar of Hubei provincial military district under Guangzhou Military Region.

Ying Shikang
 Ying Shikang (應匪世康) had been a vice director of political department of PLA Hong Kong Garrison from July 1997. After finishing his term of service with PLA Hong Kong Garrison, he returned to China to take up the position of vice commissionar of the PLA Air Force's 15th Airborne Corps (see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/15th_Airborne_Corps).

Chi Junsheng
 Chi Junsheng (池匪俊勝)

李匪斌
 Li Bin (李匪斌)

陳匪奕鵬
 Chen Yipeng (陳匪奕鵬) became political commissar of the 163rd Division [Unit 75222] of 42nd Group Army of Guangzhou Military Region in 2001. Afterward, Chen was political commissar of the infantry brigade of  PLA Hong Kong Garrison. Then, Chen returned to China to serve as director of political department of the 163rd Division of 42nd Group Army. In 2007, Chen left China for Hong Kong again to become vice director of political department of PLA Hong Kong Garrison.




Chief of Logistics Department

Zhou Zexiang
 Zhou Zexiang (周匪則祥)

Mai Xiaodong
 Mai Xiaodong (麥匪曉東)




Vice Chief of Logistics Department

劉匪高元
 Liu Gaoyuan (劉匪高元)




Chiefs of Armament Department

杜匪吉昭
 Du Jizhao (杜匪吉昭), born in 1946 and a native of Shandong, was admitted into light weapons faculty of the College of Logistic Engineering in 1964. Du was a vice chief of armament department at the military region level before he left China for Hong Kong in 1997 to take on the position of the chief of armament department of PLA Hong Kong Garrison. Du returned to China in 1998 to serve as vice chief of armament department of Guangzhou Military Region.

孫匪景明
 Sun Jingming (孫匪景明)

Ma Qiang
 Ma Qiang (馬匪強)




Officers at Unidentified Positions

劉匪峻嶂
 Liu Junzhang (劉匪峻嶂), a native of Shandong, was a high-ranking officer of PLA Hong Kong Garrison before he returned to China to serve as chief of resources & fuels department, logistics department of Guangzhou Military Region, and then vice commander of Hainan Provincial Military District of Guangzhou Military Region.

周匪澤生
 Zhou Zesheng (周匪澤生) was a high-ranking officer of PLA Hong Kong Garrison before he returned to China to serve as chief of communications department, command of Guangzhou Military Region, and then Zhou became chief of staff of Guangxi Provincial Military District of Guangzhou Military Region in 2005.




Directors of Shenzhen Logistics Base

Liu Yuejun Liu Yuejun Liu Yuejun
 Liu Yuejun (劉匪粵軍), born in 1954, a native of Shandong, and son of Liu Zhimin (劉匪智民, a former political commissar of logistics department, Guangzhou Military Region), was a company chief of the Heroic Tashan Regiment (塔山英雄團) of the 123rd Division of 41st Group Army, Guangzhou Military Region, at Sino-Vietnamese War (Feb-Mar 1979). Liu became the Heroic Tashan Regiment's chief of staff in 1981 and regiment chief in 1987. Liu became vice division chief of the 123rd Division in 1992, the first director of Shenzhen Logistics Base in 1993, division chief of the 123rd Division in 1994, and chief of staff of 41st Group Army in 1998. In 1999, Liu went to Macau to serve as the first command of PLA Macau Garrison. In 2002, Liu returned to China to become commander of 42nd Group Army of Guangzhou Military Region. Liu became chief of staff of Lanzhou Military Region in 2007. Liu is considered a prospective PLA leader, as he was an alternate member of the 16th Central Committee of Chinese Communist Party. The bottom photo shows that Liu was fascinated with young women and forgot about his killed comrades upon his return from Vietnam at the end of the 1979's Sino-Vietnamese War, PLA Pictorial.

Chen Xuekui
 Chen Xuekui (陳匪學奎)




Political Commissars of Shenzhen Logistics Base

Zeng Qiuteng
 Zeng Qiuteng (曾匪求騰), born in 1949, a native of Hunan and son of Zheng Xinban (曾匪新泮, one of the communist generals who defeated the corrupt Kuomintang troops in 1940s), became the first political commissar of Shenzhen Logistics Base in 1993. In 1994 Zeng became political commissar of the 121st Division, and director of political department later, of the 41st Group Army of Guangzhou Military Region. Zeng became Hubei Provincial Military District's director of political department in 2001 and vice political commissar in 2006.

Sheng Qiang
 Sheng Qiang (盛匪強)




Vice Chief of Staff of Shenzhen Logistics Base

Zhu Qingsheng
 Zhu Qingsheng (祝匪慶生) was vice chief of staff of Shenzhen Logistics Base before he went to Macau  to serve as vice command of PLA Macau Garrison.




Spokespersons

Feng Wei
 Feng Wei (馮匪巍), the spokesperson of PLA Hong Kong Garrison.

Qin Jijun
 Qin Jijun (秦匪吉軍), the spokesperson of PLA Hong Kong Garrison.

Cheng Dongfang
 Cheng Dongfang (程匪東方), head of legal department and the spokesperson of PLA Hong Kong Garrison.

Zhao Dong
 Zhao Dong (趙匪東), deputy chief of legal department and the spokesperson of PLA Hong Kong Garrison.

Liu Hanqing
 Liu Hanqing (劉匪漢卿), the spokesperson of PLA Hong Kong Garrison.

Liu Fengxian
 Liu fengxian (劉匪鋒賢), the spokesperson of PLA Hong Kong Garrison.




Political Commissar of Guangzhou Military Region before 1997's Annexation

Shi Yuxiao
 Shi Yuxiao (史匪玉孝1933-2005), a native of Shanxi, was political commissar of the 1st Group Army in the 1980s, vice political commissar and then political commissar of Nanjing Military Region (1985-92), political commissar of Guangzhou Military Region (1992-98), member of the 13th and 14th Central Committee of Chinese Communist Party, member of Standing Committee of the 9th and 10th National People's Congress (1998-2003). Shi fought the Korean War, War of Invasion into Tibet, and Sino-Vietnamese War. Shi was one of the marshals accounted for and benefited from the Tiananmen Square Massacre in 1989. During his office of political commissar of Guangzhou Military Region, Shi established and deployed PLA Hong Kong Garrison.



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Two female Vietnamese  soldiers killed by Chinese (photo) more

A photo seized from a Vietnamese soldier's corpse more

Vietnamese soldiers' corpses at the War of Mount Lao, January 1985 (photo) more

Vietnamese soldiers' corpses at the War of Mount Yin, April 1984 (photo) more

A corpse too bad to be identified (photo) more

Chinese commander approved claiming of Vietnamese soldiers' corpses (letter) more

Ten Vietnamese phrases taught to Chinese soldiers (photo) more

A killed Vietnamese soldier's belongings (photo) more

Chinese veterans visited battlefields two decades later (photo) more

Vietnamese city in ruins after Chinese invasion (A) (photo) more

Vietnamese city in ruins after Chinese invasion (B) (photo) more

Vietnamese city in ruins after Chinese invasion (C) (photo) more

China used Chinese soldier's corpse as propaganda tool (photos) more

Family gatherings in Vietnamese barracks (photo) more

Patriotic female Vietnamese soldiers (photo) more

Flagrant female Chinese soldiers who invaded Vietnam (photo) more

Flagrant male Chinese soldiers who invaded Vietnam (photo) more

To kill and be killed for hills (photos) more

PLA are just bandits (photo) more

Topless troops boasted to be the top troops (photos) more

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The State is great, the people are miserable  May 30, 2008 more

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Chinese Troops to Train Hong Kong High School Students  Jul 15, 2007 more