Lieutenant General of the Chinese People's Liberation Army (1955). Formerly known as Guo Guang ago. October 1906 Born in Liling County, Hunan Province (now the city) Shuangjing Township. In 1927 to participate in the autumn harvest uprising in Hunan, Jiangxi border. February 1929 to participate in the Red Army of Chinese workers and peasants. Was sent to Changsha Kuomintang army to do military transport work. In the winter of 1930 joined the Chinese Communist Party. Served as the 16th Army 9 Division 9 regiment commander, Red 18 Army 52 regiment battalion, Red 6 Corps 17 division 50,51 regiment, Red 2 Corps 6 division. Participated in Hunan, Hubei, Jiangxi, Hunan, Hubei, Sichuan and Guizhou Soviet anti-"encirclement and suppression" and the Long March. In 1935 won the third star red medal. In 1936 he served as Chief of Staff of the 32nd Army of the Second Red Army. After his arrival in northern Shaanxi, he joined the battle of Shanchengpu. After the outbreak of the Anti-Japanese War, he entered the Anti-Japanese Military and Political University. In 1938 he served as the Eighth Route Army 120th Division 359 brigade chief of staff, deputy brigade, has participated in the recovery of Shanxi Northwest seven cities such as battle and one hundred regiment battle. In 1941 he served as commander of the Fifth Army of the Northwest Military Region of Shanxi Province and entered the Party School of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China in the same year. In 1944 November after the Eighth Route Army southbound detachment cadre battalion commander, deputy commander of the detachment, Hunan anti-Japanese national salvation army deputy commander, with the advance of Hunan and Guangdong border. After the victory of the Anti-Japanese War, Ren Zhongyuan Military Region 359 brigade commander. In 1946, the Ministry of Justice took part in the Central Plains breakthrough to the Shaanxi-Gansu-Ningxia Border Region. After serving as commander of the 59th brigade commander of the 2nd Suzuka field army column 2, deputy commander of the 2nd column of the Northwestern field army, commander of the 2nd Field Army 2 army, the latter led the troops to defend Yan'an and liberate the northwest battles and march into Xinjiang. After the founding of New China, he served as commander of the Kashgar Military Region. In 1953 into the military academy. He served as deputy commander of Xinjiang Military Region, Lanzhou Military Region deputy commander, consultant. In 1955, he received a first-class medal, a medal of independence and freedom, and a medal of liberation. July 16, 1977 passed away in Shanghai.