Lu Hao (born 1967)
Lu Hao (Chinese陆昊, Pinyin Lù Hào; born 1967 in Shanghai) is a politician in the People's Republic of China.
Lu grew up in Xi'an, Shaanxi province, on. His father worked there as a high school teacher. He graduated from 1985, the year in which he joined the Communist Party of China was also a study of economics at Peking University and in 1994 gained the academic degree of Master. During his studies he was in 1987 elected the first president of the Student Association at the University of Beijing since the Cultural Revolution. One of his professors was the renowned economist Li Yining.
After his studies he worked in management positions in the management of state-owned enterprises in Beijing. In 1999, he was Chairman of the Management Committee of Zhongguancun Science and Technology Park, often referred to as the "Silicon Valley of China ". Subsequently, he was deputy party secretary of Beijing city Haidian District before it from 2003 to 2008 he was promoted to Vice Mayor of Beijing, verandwortlich of Economic Affairs.
In 2008, Lu was elected to succeed Hu Chunhua to the First Secretary of the Communist Youth League of China.
At the 18th Congress of the CCP, he was elected a member of the Central Committee.
As the successor of the advanced party secretary of the province Wang Xiankui he was appointed governor of Heilongjiang on 25 March 2013. His position in the Communist Youth League took over the former Deputy Chairman of the Government of the Tibet Autonomous Region Qin Yizhi.