Uyunqimg, vice-chairwoman of the 10th NPC Standing Committee
Vice chairwoman of the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress.
Born in 1942, of Mongolian ethnic group, a native of Beipiao, Liaoning Province; and joined Communist Party of China (CPC) in 1966.
Studied at Secondary Science & Technology Vocational School of Inner Mongolia in 1958-1960; received university-level education at Party School of Inner Mongolia Regional CPC Committee in 1960-1964.
Teacher of the Party School of CPC Municipal Committee of Baotou, Inner Mongolia in 1964-1968; sub-editor and deputy chief of Editing Section of Baotou Daily in 1968-1979; office worker at Baotou Municipal Economic and Trade Commission in 1979-1980; deputy head of office of Organization Department of CPC Municipal Committee of Baotou in 1980-1983; Standing Committee member and head of Publicity Department of CPC Municipal Committee of Baotou in 1983-1984.
Director and secretary of the Leading Party Members Group, of Autonomous Regional Women's Federation in 1984-1988.
Head of Publicity Department, in 1988-1989; Standing Committee member and head of Publicity Department, in 1989-1994; deputy secretary, in 1994-2000, of CPC Autonomous Regional Committee of Inner Mongolia.
Vice chairwoman and acting chairwoman of Inner Mongolia Autonomous Regional People's Government in 2000-2001; deputy secretary of the CPC Autonomous Regional Committee and chairwoman of Inner Mongolia Autonomous Regional People's Government since 2001.
Alternate member of 14th and 15th CPC central committees; member of 16th CPC Central Committee.