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|Governor of Guangdong|
January 2003 – 5 November 2011
|Preceded by||Lu Ruihua|
|Succeeded by||Zhu Xiaodan|
|Born||October 1946 (age 72)|
Xingning County, Guangdong
|Political party||Communist Party of China|
From 1970 to 1978, Huang worked at a machinery factory of the Guangdong Coal Mine, joined the Communist Party in 1971 and served as deputy secretary of the workshop Party Branch. He was later promoted to secretary of the Communist Youth League of China (CYLC) Shaoguan Municipal Committee.
Huang was deputy secretary of the CYLC provincial committee from 1982 to 1985 and then secretary of CYLC provincial committee from 1985–1987.
Prior to becoming mayor of Meixian, Huang served as deputy secretary of the CPC Meixian Prefectural Committee.
The stepping down of Huang as governor in 2011 marked the end of the dominance of the provincial government by the "Hakka clique" (客家帮). In December 2011, Huang was made a deputy chair of the National People's Congress Overseas Chinese Affairs Committee. 
Huang was an alternate member of the 15th Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, and a full member of the 16th and 17th Central Committees.
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