Ming Fan (1914.12.04-2010.02.23), formerly known as Hao Keyong, was a member of Hao Xing Village, Qiyang Town, Linfen County, Xi'an, Shaanxi Province, an outstanding member of the Communist Party of China, and a loyal communist warrior who has passed the test. The Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (Shaanxi Province) Deputy Chairman and Deputy Party Secretary of the Fourth and Fifth Committees. He studied at the Fudan University and the National Salt Government police officer's school and later graduated from the Yu Dong North University School of Economics and Law. In 1932, he joined the Communist Youth League of China. In 1938, he became a member of the Chinese Communist Party. In August 1950, the escort of the 10th Panchen was returned to the Ta'er Monastery and he served as the representative of the North-west Military Administrative Committee in Taiwan. In 1955, he was awarded Major General and First Liberation Xun. He was labeled as a rightist in 1958 and he was removed from all positions. At the same time his party membership and military status were dismissed. Along with his wife, he was sent to the Hakusan district for labor reform. Later, he was also involved in the "Peng Dehuai anti-Party group" and was detained in the Qincheng prison. The subsequent post was the executive vice chairman of the Shaanxi Provincial CPPCC. Representatives of the First National People's Congress, representatives of the Eighth National Congress of the Communist Party of China, and members of the Sixth and Seventh National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference.