|Vice-Chairman of People's Political Consultative Conference of Anhui province|
January 2013 – July 2014
|Secretary-general of People's Government of Anhui Province|
February 2012 – January 2013
|Preceded by||Liang Weiguo (梁卫国)|
|CPC Party Chief of Chuzhou|
February 2008 – February 2012
|Preceded by||Wang Guocai (汪国才)|
|Succeeded by||Jiang Shan (江山)|
|CPC Party Chief of Anqing|
April 2003 – February 2008
|Preceded by||Zhao Shucong (赵树丛)|
|Succeeded by||Zhu Duwen (朱读稳)|
|Born||November 1955 (age 63)|
Feixi County, Anhui
|Political party||Communist Party of China (expelled)|
|Alma mater||Anhui Agricultural University|
Han Xiancong (Chinese: 韩先聪; born November 1955) is a former Chinese politician from Anhui province. He was best known for his term as the Communist Party Secretary of the cities of Anqing and Chuzhou. From 2013 to 2014 he served as the vice-chairman of the Anhui provincial People's Political Consultative Conference, a largely ceremonial legislative consultation body. He was later investigated for corruption and indicted on criminal charges of bribery.
Shortly after the conclusion of the Cultural Revolution, Han worked in his hometown as a teacher at a local school. Han began working in January 1982 in the provincial agriculture and fisheries department. He joined the Communist Party of China in July 1984. In 1987, he entered the provincial government as a staffer of the General Office, and in 1991, he began working for the provincial agricultural economics commission.
Han served as the Deputy Party Secretary of Chaohu from October 1994 to July 1996. In August 1999, Han was transferred laterally to Anqing, where he ascended to become the party chief in April 2003. Than he served as the party chief of Chuzhou between February 2008 to February 2012. In February 2012, he was promoted to become the Secretary-general of the Government of Anhui Province.
In January 2013, Han, then 58, was appointed as the Vice-Chairman of Anhui Provincial Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference.
On July 12, 2014, Han was being investigated by the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection (CCDI) for "serious violations of laws and regulations". On December 11, 2014, the CCDI announced the expulsion of Han from the Communist Party of China; the investigation concluded that Han abused his power to seek gain for others, took "massive bribes", and presided over "serious loss of state assets". It was also said that he violated the Eight-point Regulation and regularly accepted elaborate dinner invitations paid for by public funds. In December 2015, Han was indicted on criminal charges of bribery and tried in the southeastern city of Nanping, in Fujian province. Han was sentenced to 16 years in prison in November 2016.
Also on Saturday, Han Xiancong, vice-chairman of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference Anhui Provincial Committee - the province's top advisory body - was probed for "grave violations of discipline and law", according to a statement by the country's top anti-graft watchdog, the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection of the Communist Party of China.