Wang Menghui

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Wang Menghui (Chinese: 王蒙徽; born January 1960) is a Chinese politician, and the current Minister of Housing and Urban-Rural Development. Among other roles, he has served as party chief of Xiamen, and party chief of Shenyang.


Originally from Yancheng, Jiangsu. He attended the department of architecture at Tsinghua University. After graduating from university, he became an instructor at his alma mater. He also attended Warsaw University of Technology. In 1993, he abandoned academia and entered politics in Guangdong, at a county-level city under Guangzhou. In May 2004, he became mayor of Shanwei. In 2006, he obtained his master's in engineering.[1]

In September 2008, he became party chief of Yunfu.[2] In December 2011, he became vice governor of Fujian.[3] In May 2013, he became party chief of Xiamen.

In August 2016, Wang was named Communist Party Secretary of Shenyang; in December 2016, he was named deputy party secretary of Liaoning province.[4] In June 2017, Wang was named Minister of Housing and Urban-Rural Development.[5]


  1. ^ 王蒙徽同志简历
  2. ^ 清华大学博士王蒙徽任广东云浮市委书记
  3. ^ 王蒙徽调任福建省人民政府副省长 任云浮市委书记时政绩卓著
  4. ^ "厦门市委书记王蒙徽调任沈阳书记 曾维不再担任". Sina. Retrieved 2016-08-23.
  5. ^ "王蒙徽任住建部党组书记 陈政高不再担任(简历)". 中国经济网. 1 June 2017.

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Political offices
Preceded by
Chen Zhenggao
Minister of Housing and Urban-Rural Development
Party political offices
Preceded by
Zeng Wei
Communist Party Secretary of Shenyang
Succeeded by
Yi Lianhong
Preceded by
Yu Weiguo
Communist Party Secretary of Xiamen
Succeeded by
Pei Jinjia