|Deputy Party Secretary of Guangdong|
14 December 2018
|Party Secretary of Shenzhen|
|Party Secretary of Taiyuan|
November 2016 - March 2017
|Born||March 1962 (age 58)|
Shuozhou, Shanxi, China
|Political party||Communist Party of China|
|Alma mater||Tsinghua University|
|Profession||Water Resources Engineer|
Wang Weizhong (Chinese: ; born March 1962) is a Chinese politician, and current Communist Party Secretary of Shenzhen and Deputy Party Secretary of Guangdong province. A graduate of Tsinghua University, Wang rose through the ranks in the working for the Ministry of Science and Technology. He previously served as Party chief of Taiyuan.
Wang is a native of Shuozhou, Shanxi province. In September 1984, he graduated from the department of hydraulic engineering at Tsinghua University. In April 1987, he earned a master's degree. He spent much of the next decade working for the ministry overseeing water resources. In August 1991 he was transferred to the National Science Commission (the later Ministry of Science and Technology) to work on matters related to the environment.
In August 1994, Wang entered the ecology division of the National Science Commission. In July 1998, he was made head of the China 21st Century Agenda Management Center (21) and the head of the Life Science Technology Development Center. In March 2006, he was named head of the finance department at the Ministry of Science and Technology. In April 2010, he was promoted to Vice Minister of Science and Technology.
In September 2014, Wang was 'parachuted' into Shanxi to handle the clean-up of the political scene after many senior level politicians had been placed under investigation as part of the anti-corruption campaign under Xi Jinping. He was first named secretary-general of the party organization and a member of the provincial party standing committee.  In October 2016, Wang was named party chief of Taiyuan, the provincial capital.