Zhu Qi

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This is a Chinese name; the family name is Zhu.

Zhu Qi, (Chinese: 朱启; born May 1942) is a General of the Chinese People's Liberation Army. He formerly served as Commander of the Beijing Military Region.[1]


Zhu Qi is from Xiangyun County in Yunnan, China. He graduated from the Central Communist Party College with a degree in Economic Administration.

In January 1960 he entered the Chinese People's Liberation Army. In August 1961 he entered the Chinese Communist Party.


  • From January 1960 to June 1964, squad leader and company clerk
  • From June 1964 to June 1965, squad leader and battalion secretary
  • From June 1965 to June 1971, staff officer, operations and training section, regimental command department
  • From June 1971 to October 1979, assistant chief and chief, operations and training section, division command department
  • From October 1979 to October 1981, deputy chief of staff, division command division
  • From October 1981 to July 1984, regiment commander (from September 1982 to July 1984 completed studies at the PLA Military Academy)
  • From July 1984 to November 1984, division deputy commander
  • From November 1984 to August 1985, division commander
  • From August 1985 to April 1989, army chief of staff
  • From April 1989 to June 1990, army deputy commander
  • From June 1990 to March 1994, commander of the Guizhou province military area
  • From March 1994 to January 1996, commander of [an unknown] army
  • From January 1996 to March 1998, chief of staff for the Chengdu Military Region
  • From March 1998 to January 2002, chief of staff for the Beijing Military Region.
  • From January 2002 to 2007, commander of the Beijing Military Region.

GEN Zhu Qi was promoted to MGEN in July 1990, LTGEN July 1997, and GEN in June 2004. A member of the 16th National People's Congress


  1. ^ "Biography of Zhu Qi". China Vitae. Retrieved 29 April 2012.