Teng Wensheng, male, Han nationality, is a native of Changning, Hunan Province. Teng was born in 1940, graduated from People's University of China and joined the CPC in 1965.
Teng spent much of his career as a researcher for the secretariat of the CPC Central Committee. In 1988, he became deputy secretary-general of the CPC Central Advisory Commission. He later became director of the Policy Research Office of the CPC Central Committee. Teng has authored a book on the evolution of Mao Zedong thought.
Teng was a member of the 15th CPC Central Committee and is now a member of the 16th CPC Central Committee.
|2002—||Director, CPC, Central Committee, Literature Research Office|
|2002—2007||Member, 16th CPC, Central Committee|
|1997—2002||Member, 15th CPC, Central Committee|
|1989—1997||Director, CPC, Central Committee, Policy Research Office|
|1988—1992||Deputy Chief of Secretary, CPC, Central Committee, Counsellors Committee|
|1986—1988||Section Chief, CPC, Central Committee, Research Office, Theory Section|
|1982—1986||Deputy Section Chief, CPC, Central Committee, Research Office, Theory Section|
|1979—1980||Staff Member, CPC, Central Committee, Research Office|
|1975—1979||Staff Member, General Office of the State Council, Political Science Research Office|
|1974—1975||Staff Member, People's Publications of China Beijing Municipality|
|1965—1974||Worker, Cultural Revolution, May 7th Cadre School Hebei Province, Shijiazhuang City|
|1964—1965||Worker, Hongqi Magazine Beijing Municipality|
|1964||Graduate, Renmin University of China, History Department Beijing Municipality|