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|Mayor of Chongqing|
|Assumed office |
January 2, 2018
|Party Secretary||Chen Min'er|
|Preceded by||Zhang Guoqing|
|Born||June 1960 (age 60)|
Honghu County, Hubei
|Political party||Communist Party of China|
|Alma mater||Huazhong Technology University|
Tang Liangzhi (Chinese: 唐良智; born June 1960) is a Chinese politician who has been Mayor of Chongqing since January 2018. He was previously party secretary of Chengdu, the capital of Sichuan Province, and mayor of Wuhan, the capital of Hubei.
Tang was born in Honghu, Hubei Province. He attended the Huazhong Technology University, where he specialized in solid-state electronics. After graduating in 1983, he was sent to work for a research institute under the Ministry of Post and Telecommunications. In 1985, he returned to Wuhan to become a technician at a local research institute. In 1987, he joined the inaugural staff of the East Lake Development Area in Wuhan. He spent much of the next two decades working in the Wuhan high-tech sector, in charge of innovation and administration. In 2002, he obtained a doctorate in economics, specializing in western economics.
In June 2007, Tang moved into politics, becoming the mayor of Xiangfan. In February 2008, he was named party chief of Xiangfan. In February 2011, he was named Mayor of Wuhan. His advocacy for major construction development during his time as mayor of Wuhan earned him the nickname "Mr. Dig Dig."
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