Bo Xilai – Party Chief, Zhejiang Provincial Committee, Communist Party of China.
Bo Xilai was stripped of all power and assets, and imprisoned for life. His wife, Gu Kailai, was given a suspended death sentence for the murder of British businessman Neil Heywood.
From Wikipedia: “Bo Xilai is a Chinese former politician. He came to prominence through his tenures as the mayor of Dalian and then the governor of Liaoning. From 2004 to November 2007, he served as Minister of Commerce. Between 2007 and 2012, he served as a member of the Central Politburo and secretary of the Communist Party’s Chongqing branch. On 22 September 2013, Bo was found guilty of corruption, stripped of all his assets, and sentenced to life imprisonment.
Cao Jianming – Procurator General, Supreme People’s Procuratorate, People’s Republic of China.
Cao Jianming remains the Procurator-General of the Supreme People’s Procuratorate of the People’s Republic of China.
Cao Yuanzheng – Deputy Executive President & Chief Economist, Bank of China International Holdings Limited.
Cao Yuanzheng is now a consultant for a number of provincial governments on economic issues.
Chen Bingde – Chief of Staff, People’s Liberation Army.
Chen Bingde retired in 2012. He was succeeded by General Fang Fenghui as chief of Staff in the People’s Liberation Army.
Chen Yuan – Governor China Developing Bank.
Since 2013 Chen Yuan is a Vice-Chairman of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference. This card would be replaced with Hu Huaibang, who in 2013 was made chairman of the China Development Bank.
Dai Bingguo – Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs.
Currently, Dai is the Chairman of Jinan University.
Dr Sun Laiyan – Chief Administrator China National Space Administration.
In 2010 he was succeeded by Chen Qiufa.
Geng Huichang – Minister of State Security, Communist Party of China.
Geng Huichang remains the Minister of State Security of the People’s Republic of China. Geng is a political ally of former President Hu Jintao, who promoted him to Minister so he could consolidate his own power.Geng is an international relations specialist and an expert on the United States, Japan and industrial espionage. Geng is the first Minister of State Security with a background in international politics rather than internal security.
Beginning in January 2010 Geng, has also been a member of the National Energy Commission, a State Council-established body designed to improve the coordination of China’s energy industry. He is also a member of the Central Political and Legal Affairs Commission
Guo Boxiong – Vice Chairman Central Military Commission, People’s Republic of China.
Retired in 2012. In 2015 he was stripped of his membership in the Communist Party of China. In 2016 he was sentenced to life in prison for corruption. He was also stripped of his rank and “deprived of his political rights for life.
Guo Jinlong – Mayor of Beijing City.
Since 2012, Guo Jinlong is the the Communist Party Secretary of Beijing.
Han Zheng – Mayor of Shanghai.
In November 2012 he was promoted to become the Party Secretary of Shanghai, the top political post in the city.
He Guoqiang – Chief Central Commission for Discipline Inspection, Communist Party of China.
He Guoqiang retired in 2012, and was replaced by Wang Qishan.
Hu Jintao – Paramount Leader, People’s Republic of China.
Hu retired in 2013 and was succeeded by Xi Jinping ( the Queen of Diamonds in the Most Wanted Chinese deck https://goo.gl/83RbpA)
Huang Jiefu – Vice Minister, Ministry of Health, Communist Party of China.
Huang Jiefu is often in the spotlight for China’s reputation for harvesting executed prisoner’s organs. He is now chairman of the Human Organ Donation and Transplant Committee. He is also president of the China Organ Transplant Development Foundation.
Jiang Weixin – Minister and Vice-Chairman, National Development and Reform Commission of China.
Retired in 2014 from his position as the Minister, Ministry of Housing and Urban-Rural Development.
Li Bin – Chairperson, National Population and Family Planning Commission.
She is currently the Chair of the National Health and Family Planning Commission (cabinet minister-level).
Li Changchun – Chief of Propaganda, Communist Party of China.
Retired in 2012. Succeeded by Liu Qiboa, also included in the Most Wanted Chinese playing cards. Previously the Party Chief of Sichuan-Provincial Committee.
Li Keqiang – Executive Vice-Premier, People’s Republic of China.
As of 2013, Li Keqiang is Premier of the People’s Republic of China.
Yu Zhengsheng – Party Chief of Shanghai.
Yu Zhegsheng is now one of the top leaders of the Communist Party of China. He is a member of the Politburo Standing Committee, China’s de facto highest ruling body, since November 2012.
Li Yizhong – Minister, Ministry of Industry and Information, Communist Party of China.
Li Yizhong was replaced months after being printed in the deck of cards. He was succeeded by Miao Wei.
Liang Baohua – Party Chief, Jiangsu Provincial Committee, Communist Party of China.
Liang Baohua retired from active politics in 2010.
Liang Guanglie – Minister of National Defense, Communist Party of China.
Retired in 2013 Succeeded by Chang Wanquan.
Liu Qi – Party Chief, Beijing Municipal Committee, Communist Party of China.
Retired in 2012. Succeeded by Guo Jinlong who was Mayor of Beijing, and… a card in the Most Wanted Chinese deck.
Liu Qiboa – Party Chief, Sichuan Provincial Committee, Communist Party of China.
As of 2012, Liu Qiboa is the head of the Propaganda Department of the Communist Party of China.
Liu Yandong – Vice-chairperson, Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference.
As of 2012 Liu Yandong is serving as Vice Premier of the People’s Republic of China, and is a member of the Politburo of the Communist Party of China.
Liu Yunshan – Director, Department of Propaganda, Communist Party of China.
Liu Yunshan is one of the top leaders of the Communist Party of China, and a current member of the Politburo Standing Committee, the de facto top decision-making body of China.
Liu currently holds a number of important offices in the national leadership of the Communist Party, including that of the first-ranked Secretary of the Secretariat, Chairman of the Commission for Building Spiritual Civilization, leader of the Propaganda and Ideology Leading Group and President of the Central Party School. He is generally seen as the top official in charge of ideology, propaganda work, and party organization.
Liu Zhijun – Secretary General, Minister of Railways.
As Railway Minister, Liu oversaw numerous expansions of China’s railway system, most notably the rapid development of China’s high-speed railway. He was a figure of national praise until February 2011, when he was arrested and expelled from the Party over allegations of corruption. After the Wenzhou train collision in July 2011, in which forty people died and one hundred and ninety-two people were injured, a government report singled out his leadership as one of the main contributors to the crash and he was publicly criticized.
In April 2013, Zhijun was arrested on corruption charges for allegedly taking bribes and abusing his power as Minister of Railways.He was convicted and received a death sentence with reprieve in July 2013.
Lu Yongxiang – President, Chinese Academy of Science.
Succeeded in 2011 by Bai Chunli.
Lu Zhangong – Party Chief, Fujian Provincial Committee, Communist Party of China.
A Vice Chairman of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference, since 2013.
Ma Kai – Minister, National Development and Reform Commission.
Ma Kai is now is one of the four Vice Premiers of China (Fourth-ranked). He was also a State Councilor and Secretary General of the State Council of China.
Ma Wen – Director, National Bureau of Corruption Prevention, Communist Party of China.
Now serving as the Chair of the National People’s Congress Internal and Judicial Affairs Committee.
Wan Gang – Minister Science and Technology, People’s Republic of China.
Remains the Minister of Science and Technology. He is also the Chairman of the China Zhi Gong Party, a legally sanctioned minor political party in China, and, since 2013 also Vice Chairman of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference.
Zhang Gaoli – Party Chief, Tianjin Provincial Committee, Communist Party of China.
Zhang Gaoli is the current first-ranked Vice Premier of the People’s Republic of China and a member of the Politburo Standing Committee of the Communist Party of China, China’s highest ruling council.
Zhang Qingli – Secretary, Communist Party of China, Tibet Autonomous Regional Committee.
Zhang presided over a violent crack down on Tibetans. He no longer does.
Zhao Hongzhu – Party Chief, Zhejiang Provincial Committee, Communist Party of China.
Zhao, as of 2012, serves as the Deputy Secretary of the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection (CCDI), the Communist Party’s anti-corruption agency, as well as a Secretary of the Central Secretariat.
Zhao Huayong – President of CCTV.
Replaced in 2011.
Zhao Xiaochuan – Governor of People’s Bank of China.
Zhao Xiaochuan was reappointed to the same position in March 2013, making him the longest-serving central bank chief since the establishment of the People’s Republic of China.
Zho Ji – President, Ministry of Education. People’s Republic of China.
Zhou is current President of the Chinese Academy of Engineering.
Zhou Shengxian – Director of State Environmental Protection Administration. Communist Party of China.
Zhou is currently a member of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference, a largely ceremonial legislative consultation body. He retired in February 2015 from being the first Minister of Environmental Protection of the People’s Republic of China.
Zhou Yongkang – Secretary of Communist Party of China, Central Political and Legislative Committee.
In late 2013, Zhou was placed under investigation for alleged abuse of power and corruption, a decision state media announced in July 2014. Zhou was the first Politburo Standing Committee member – and the most senior-ranked official – since the founding of the People’s Republic of China to be tried and convicted of corruption-related charges. Following his investigation, Zhou was expelled from the Communist Party of China. On June 11, 2015, Zhou was convicted of bribery, abuse of power and the intentional disclosure of state secrets by the Intermediate Court in Tianjin. Zhou and his family members were said to have taken 129 million yuan (over $20 million) in bribes. He was sentenced to life in prison.
Qiangba Puncog – Chairman, Tibet Autonomous Region. Communist Party of China.
Qiangba was Chairman until 2013.
Wang Shengjun – President, Supreme People’s Court, People’s Republic of China.
Retired in 2013.
Wang Yang – Party Chief, Guangdong Provincial Committee, Communist Party of China.
Wang is one of the four Vice Premiers of China in Premier Li Keqiang‘s Government. Until January 2013, he served as the Communist Party Secretary of Guangdong; the southern Chinese province’s top office. He served as the party secretary of Chongqing, an interior municipality, from 2005 to 2007. First as the holder of an important regional post, and now as a vice premier, Wang also holds a seat on the Politburo of the Communist Party of China, the country’s ruling council.
Wang was seen as one of the leading reformers in China’s top leadership, and is often credited with pioneering the Guangdong model of development, characterized by an emphasis on private enterprise, economic growth and a greater role for civil society. He was widely considered to be one of the most strongly ‘liberal’ members of the Chinese elite, advocating for economic and political reform.
Wen Jiabao – Premier of the State Council, People’s Republic of China.
From 2002 to 2012, Wen Jiaboa held membership in the Politburo Standing Committee of the Communist Party of China, the country’s de facto top power organ, where he was ranked third out of nine members. He was accused of kleptocracy following revelations regarding his family’s $2.7 billion wealth.
Wu Aiying – Minister of Justice, People’s Republic of China.
Wu still serves as Minister.
Wu Bangguo – Chairman, Standing Committee, National People’s Congress.
Wu Shuangzhan – Commander in Chief, China’s Armed Police Force.
Since 2010 Wu Shuangzhan is a member of the 17th CPC Central Committee, and Deputy Director of the 11th NPC Internal and Judicial Affairs Committee.
Xi Jinping – Vice President, People’s republic of China.
Is now the General Secretary of the Communist Party of China, the President of the People’s Republic of China, and the Chairman of the Central Military Commission. As Xi holds the top offices of the party and the military, in addition to being the head of state through the office of the president, Xi is sometimes referred to as China’s “Paramount Leader“. As the general secretary (de facto leader), Xi is also an ex-officio member of the Politburo Standing Committee, China’s top decision-making body.
Xie Xuren – Finance Minister. Communist Party of China.
Since 2013 Xie Xuren is the Chair of the National Council for Social Security Fund.
Xiao Yang – Chief Justice of China. President of the Supreme People’s Court.
Xu Caihou – Vice Chairman Central Military Commission. People’s Republic of China.
Xu was detained and put under investigation on suspicion of bribery in March 2014, in one of the highest profile corruption investigations in PLA history, and was expelled from the Communist Party in June 2014. It was alleged that Xu had traded “massive bribes” for the promotion of officers under him during his time as Vice-Chairman of the CMC. Xu was undergoing legal proceedings and facing a court martial but charges were dropped after he died of bladder cancer in March 2015
Yang Jiechi – Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs.
Yang Jiechi joined the inner circle of the State Council in 2013, as a State Councilor under Premier Li Keqiang. In this capacity, he serves as one of the most prominent architects of China’s foreign policy.