Qiao Xiaoguang

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Qiao Xiaoguang (Chinese: 乔晓光) (1918–2003) was a People's Republic of China politician and diplomat. He was the Chinese Ambassador to North Korea (1955–1961). He was born in Guangzong County, Hebei. He was twice Communist Party of China committee secretary of Guangxi (1966–1967, 1977–1985) and chairman of Guangxi (1977–1979). He was a delegate to the 4th and 5th National People's Congress and a member of the 11th Central Committee of the Communist Party of China and 12th Central Committee of the Communist Party of China.

Political offices
Preceded by
Pan Zili
Chinese Ambassador to North Korea
1955–1961
Succeeded by
Hao Deqing
Preceded by
Wei Guoqing
Communist Party Chief of Guangxi
1966–1967
Succeeded by
Wei Guoqing
Preceded by
An Pingsheng
Communist Party Chief of Guangxi
1977–1985
Succeeded by
Chen Huiguang
Preceded by
An Pingsheng
Governor of Guangxi
1977–1979
Succeeded by
Tan Yingji