Mao Renfeng
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Mao Renfeng
Mao Renfeng

Mao Renfeng (Chinese: ; Wade-Giles: Mao Jen-feng; 5 January 1898 - 11 December 1956) was a Republic of China general and spymaster who headed the Bureau of Investigation and Statistics (also known as the Counterintelligence Bureau and after 1955 the Intelligence Bureau) from 1946 until his death, succeeding his childhood friend Dai Li who died in a plane crash in 1946. Between 1946 and 1949, his spy agency played a prominent role in the Chinese Civil War. In 1949 he along with the rest of the Nationalist government fled to Taiwan where he died 7 years later.

His son Robert Yu-Lang Mao is currently the chairman of Hewlett-Packard China.[1]


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