Guo Jinlong è nato nel luglio del 1947 a Nanchino ed è un eminente uomo politico cinese.
Laureatosi in Fisica all'Università di Nanchino entrò nel Partito Comunista nel 1979 e iniziò la sua carriera politica nella Contea di Zhong occupandosi di varie incombenze e facendo anche l'allenatore sportivo.
Dopo essere diventato Governatore della Contea nel 1993 si trasferì a Lhasa con l'incarico di segretario del partito autonome della regione del Tibet.
In seguito divenne sindaco della capitale cinese ricoprendo tale incarico dal 2008 al 2012 per poi divenire membro del Politburo del Partito Comunista Cinese.
Guo è anche un appassionato bridgista è stato premiato nel 2014 con la medaglia d'oro della WBF.
Guo Jinlong, male, Han nationality, is a native of Nanjing, Jiangsu Province. He was born in 1947, graduated from Physics Department of Nanjing University in 1969, and joined the CPC in 1979.
He was sent to work as a technician in Zhong County, Sichuan (later made part of Chongqing municipality), at the local water works department. He also worked as a sports coach, a propaganda instructor, and head of the county education board, before being promoted to county governor. He then worked in the provincial agriculture research office. In 1987, he gained his first political office, as deputy party chief of Leshan, then in 1990 he was made party chief of Leshan.
In December 1993, Guo left
Sichuan, where he had worked for over twenty years, and headed to Lhasa to serve
as the Deputy Party Secretary of the Tibet Autonomous Region, and was promoted
to become the Secretary from 2000 to 2004. As the leading official in Tibet at
the time, Guo played a leading role in the Qinghai-Tibet Railway project.
He left Tibet to serve as the party chief of Anhui province in 2004, and Chairman of the Standing Committee of Anhui People's Congress from 2005. In the first year in Anhui Guo and his family conducted work from a hotel. After the departure of Wang Qishan from his post as Mayor of Beijing, Guo headed north from Anhui to take over the position as Acting mayor on November 30, 2007, confirmed on January 26, 2008. He served as Executive President of the Beijing Organizing Committee for the 2008 Summer Olympics. On July 3, 2012, a few months before the 18th Party Congress, Guo was named party chief of Beijing. At the party congress held in November, Guo was elevated to the 25-member Politburo of the Communist Party of China.
Guo was the alternate member of 15th CPC Central Committee and member of 16th, 17th, and 18th Central Committees.
In add on Guo is a good bridge player that was awarded in 2014 with the WBF gold medal.
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