Role Chinese Politician
Name Luo Qingchang
Alma mater Cangxi Middle School
Party Communist Party of China
|Citizenship People's Republic of China|
Political party Communist Party of China
Children Son: Luo Kang, Luo Ting, Luo Yuan, and Luo Zhen
Died April 15, 2014, Beijing, China
Luo Qingchang (1918–2014), was a Chinese politician.
Luo wao born in Cangxi County, Guangyuan, Sichuan Province, Republic of China in September 1918. He joined the Communist Youth League of China in 1932 and he took part in the Long March in 1935. Luo joined the Chinese Communist Party in 1936.
In 1966, the Cultural Revolution was launched by Mao Zedong; Luo was ousted as a capitalist roader and later suffered political persecution.
From 1973 to 1983, Luo served as the head of Investigation Department of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China.
Luo died of an illness in Beijing on 15 April 2014.
Luo had six children, his eldest child named Luo Kang (罗抗), born in the Second Sino-Japanese War; the second son named Luo Ting (罗挺), born in the Chinese Civil War; the third son named Luo Yuan, born in the Korean War, his youngest son was Luo Zhen (罗振).