HOHHOT, Jan. 27 (Xinhua) -- Yang Jing was re-elected chairman of the
government of north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region and Chu Bo senior
legislator at a session of the regional People's Congress on Sunday.
Yang, of the Mongolian ethnic group, has been chairman of the regional
government since January 2004.
Since November 2006 he has also been serving as the deputy chief of CPC
Inner Mongolia Regional Committee.
Yang was born in December 1953 and joined the Communist Party of China
(CPC) in 1976.
Chu Bo, a native of the eastern Anhui Province, was re-elected chairman of
the Standing Committee of the Inner Mongolia Regional People's Congress, or head
of the regional legislative body.
Born in 1944, Chu has been the top regional lawmaker since January 2003.
He has been serving as the region's Party chief since December 2001.