Hsin-Hai Chang, Chinese educator, author. Decorated Order of the Nile (Egypt). 1933; Order of the Briliant Jade (China), 1936. Member Royal Asiatic, Social and Political Science, American Oriential Society, Academy Society, American Academy Political Science, American Association Asian. Studies.; Club: Harvard (New York City).
Came to the United States, 1941, naturalized, 1964. Professor Tsinghau College and National U., Peking, 1923-1926. Professor, department chairman Western literature, dean college Liberal Arts, National Central U., Nanking, 1926-1927.
Professor vice president Kwanghua U., 1927-1928. Senior counsellor, director European and American Department, Chinese Ministrv Foreign Affairs 1928-1933. Envoy extraordinary, minister plenipotentiary Republic of China to Portugal, Poland and Czechoslovakia, 1933-1937.
Professor Western literature Kwanghua U., 1937-1940. Lecturer in the United States on China’s war effort, 1941-1945. Special assistant to Chinese Foreign Minister, 1943.
Research professor Long Island U., 1950-1953. Visiting professor Adelphi College, 1954-1956. Professor of English literature and Asian culture Fairleigh Dickinson U., 1956-1969, professor emeritus, 1969-1973.
Director China Institute London. delegate to Universal Postal Congress 1933. Director Chinese United Nations Association, 1947-1948. China’s chief delegate Congress World Federation United Nations Association, Geneva, 1948.
Participant as faculty for Pacific-Asia Seminar sponsored by Institute on Man and Science and East-West Center, Honolulu, 1966. Invited by Senate Foreign Relations Committee to testify on United States-China relations, 1966. Trustee Tsinghua U., Peking, 1927.
Author: Letters form a Chinese Diplomat, 1941. The Fabulous Concubine (novel) 1956 (translation into French, German, Swedish). Within the Four Seas.