Gan Ziyu, male, Han nationality, is a native of Xinyi, Guangdong Province. He was born in 1929 and graduated from Wuhan University in 1967.
Initially, Gan worked as an engineer and division chief at the Ministry of Heavy Industry and the 1st Ministry of Machine-Building. In the 1970s, Gan held numerous positions with state committees. He also served as a part-time professor at Beijing University, teaching at the Management Science Center.
In the 1990s, Gan was involved with the return of Hong Kong to the Chinese government. He was a member of the Preparatory Committee for the Hong Kong SAR. In 1997, he attended the Hong Kong handover ceremony as a member of the Chinese government delegation.
Gan is the author of "Charts of Cosmic Theory-Cosmic Pictures from Elementary Particles to Metagalaxies" and the translator of "Cybernetics Made Easy" as well as "Computer and Human Brain."
He became a member of the Standing Committee of the 9th NPC in 1998.
|1998—2003||Chairman, 9th Overseas Chinese Affairs Committee of the NPC|
|1998—2003||Member, 9th Standing Committee of the NPC|
|1997||(Member, Chinese Government Delegation, Hong Kong Handover Ceremony)|
|1995—1997||Member, Hong Kong SAR Preparatory Committee|
|1993—????||Member, Hong Kong SAR Preparatory Committee, Preliminary Work Committee|
|1993—????||Deputy Director, State Committee for Drafting National Defense Law|
|1992—????||Member, CPC, Central Committee, Central Commission for Discipline Inspection|
|Professor, Beijing University, Management Science Center Beijing Municipality|
|Deputy Director, State Administration Commission on Foreign Investment|
|Deputy Director, State Administration Commission on Import and Export Affairs|
|1978—????||Vice-Minister, National Development and Reform Commission|
|President, China Association for the Peaceful Use of Military Industrial Technology|
|Deputy Director, State Administration Commission on Import and Export Affairs, General Office|
|1975—????||Deputy Chief, National Development and Reform Commission, Planning Group|
|1956—1958||Secretary, State Science and Technology Commission, Chairman's Office|
|1952—1956||Engineer, First Ministry of Machine-Building Industry|
|1952—1956||Division Chief, First Ministry of Machine-Building Industry|
|1952—1956||Engineer, Ministry of Heavy Industry|
|1952—1956||Division Chief, Ministry of Heavy Industry|
|1949||Graduate, Zhongshan University, Electrical Engineering Department Guangdong Province, Zhongshan City|