A list of guests at Tuesday's state dinner for Chinese President Li Xiannian incorrectly contained the names of the Rev. Billy Graham and Jack Wrather.

The list of guests at last night's state dinner for Chinese President Li Xiannian:

Li Xiannian, president of the People's Republic of China, and Lin Jiamei

Li Peng, vice premier of the State Council

Ji Pengfei, state councilor, and Xu Hanbing

Wang Zhaoguo, member of the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress

Han Xu, Chinese ambassador, and Ge Qiyun

Zhu Qizhen, vice minister of foreign affairs

Gan Zhijian, vice minister in charge of the State Planning Commission

Wang Pinqing, representative of the minister of foreign economic relations and trade

Tao Siju, special assistant

Li Zhongying, special assistant

Xu Guibao, special assistant

Carlos J. Arboleya, president, Barnett Bank of South Florida, and Marta Arboleya

Gregg Baker, opera singer (performing), and Bruce Hubbard

Malcolm Baldrige, secretary of commerce, and Margaret Baldrige

Anthony A. Bliss, general manager, Metropolitan Opera Association, and Sally Bliss

Rep. William S. Broomfield (R-Mich.) and Jane Broomfield

Grace Bumbry, opera singer (performing), and Jack V. Lunzer

Vice President Bush and Barbara Bush

Princess Chantal of France and Baron Franc,ois de Sambucy

Anna C. Chennault, president, TAC International Inc.

Walter Cronkite, CBS News, and Mary Elizabeth Cronkite

Michael K. Deaver, Michael K. Deaver & Associates, and Carolyn Deaver

Sen. Pete V. Domenici (R-N.M.) and Nancy Domenici

Myron DuBain, president, AMFAC, and Alice DuBain

Nicholas R. du Pont and Genevieve du Pont, Greenville, Del.

Susan Eisenhower

Rep. Dante B. Fascell (D-Fla.) and Jeanne Marie Fascell

Malcolm S. Forbes, president, Forbes Inc.

Choo San Goh, choreographer, Washington Ballet

The Rev. Billy Graham and Ruth Graham

Cipriano Guerra and daughter Mary Louise Guerra, San Antonio

Irene Hannaford and son Donald R. Hannaford, Washington, D.C.

John Hersey, author, and Barbara Hersey

David W. Hess, White House correspondent, Knight-Ridder, and Dorothea Hess

Marsha Wilson Hobbs, president, Los Angeles Zoo Association

Francis S.M. Hodsoll, chairman, National Endowment for the Arts, and Margaret Hodsoll

Wallace F. Holladay and Wilhelmina Holladay, Washington, D.C.

Herbert William Hoover Jr., the Hoover Foundation, and Carl Hoover

Arthur W. Hummel Jr., U.S. Ambassador to China, and Betty Lou Hummel

Earle M. Jorgensen, Earle M. Jorgensen Co., and Marion Jorgensen

Lincoln Kirstein, School of American Ballet

Thomas C. Korologos, Timmons & Co. Inc., and Joy Korologos, Washington, D.C.

John F. Lehman Jr., secretary of the Navy, and Barbara Lehman

Winston Lord, ambassador-designate to China, and Bette Lord

William Lucas, county executive, Wayne County, Michigan, and Evelyn Lucas

F. James McDonald, president, General Motors Corp., and Betty McDonald

Robert C. McFarlane, national security affairs adviser, and Jonda McFarlane

Robert Mitchum, actor, and Dorothy Mitchum

I.M. Pei, I.M. Pei Associates, and Eileen Pei

Christopher H. Phillips, president, National Council for U.S.-China Trade, and Mabel Phillips

Donald T. Regan, chief of staff, and Ann Regan

Mary Lou Retton, Olympic gold medalist, and brother Ronnie Retton Jr.

William P. Rogers, former secretary of state, and Adele Rogers

Selwa Roosevelt, chief of protocol, and Archibald B. Roosevelt Jr.

Harrison E. Salisbury, author, and Charlotte Salisbury

George P. Shultz, secretary of state, and Helena Shultz

Sen. Ted Stevens (R-Alaska) and Catherine Stevens

Fred A. Stickel, president and publisher, Portland Oregonian, and Margaret Stickel

Valerian Stux-Rybar, designer

Elizabeth Taylor, actress

J. Liener Temerlin, chairman, Bozell & Jacobs, and Karla Temerlin, Dallas

James R. Thompson, governor of Illinois, and Jayne Thompson

Sen. Paul S. Trible Jr. (R-Va.) and Rosemary Trible

Dr. An Wang, chairman & CEO, Wang Laboratories Inc., and Lorraine Wang

Dr. Taylor G. Wang, physicist, space shuttle Challenger crew, and Beverly Wang

Caspar W. Weinberger, secretary of defense, and Jane Weinberger

Frederick Weisend and Martha Weisend, Dallas

Charles Z. Wick, director, U.S. Information Agency, and Mary Jane Wick

Paul D. Wolfowitz, assistant secretary of state for East Asian and Pacific affairs, and Clare Wolfowitz

Jack Wrather, chairman, Wrather Corp., and Bonita Wrather

Sen. Edward Zorinsky (D-Neb.) and Cece Zorinsky