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C. K. Cavour Chang (Chang Kuo-hui)

Chang C. K. Cavour was a lawyer, professor and writer.

Career

  • Chang C. K. Cavour worked at Library of Congress, Washington, D.C., was a secretary of Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Peking in 1921. Since 1922 he was appointed deputy judge of Peking District Court, in the period from 1922 to 1926 worked as an assistant councillor of Ministry of Foreign Affairs and professor of political science and economics at China University. At this period Chang C. K. Cavour also was elected a vice-Chairman of Foreign Affairs and professor of political science and economics at China University.

    In 1923 Chang C. K. Cavour became a vice-chairman of Constitutional Convention, Fukien. February 1927 he was appointed Secretary in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Nationalist Government, and June 1927 - Commissioner of Foreign Affairs for Fukien and concurrently Superintendent of the Maritime Customs for Amoy.

    In February 1928 Mr. Chang became a judge in the Central Court of Criminal Appeals, since December 1928 - councillor of Judicial Yuan of the National Government, and since September 1929 - professor of the History of China's Foreign Relations in Government Central University.

Works

  • "The Open Door Policy in China"
  • "Contractual Obligations in Succession of States"
  • "Diplomacy in the Conclusion of Immigration Treaties with China"
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Han
  • 1921
    secretary, Ministry of Foreign Affairs
    Peking, Beijing, China, China
  • 1922 - 1926
    professor of political science and economics, China University
    China
  • 1922
    deputy judge, Peking District Court
    Peking, Beijing, China, China
  • 1922 - 1926
    assistant councillor, Ministry of Foreign Affairs
    Peking, Beijing, China, China
  • 1922 - 1926
    vice-Chairman, Ministry of Foreign Affairs
    Peking, Beijing, China, China
  • 1923
    vice-chairman, Constitutional Convention
    Fukien, China
  • February, 1927
    Secretary, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Nationalist Government
    China
  • June, 1927
    Superintendent, Maritime Customs for Amoy
    China
  • June, 1927
    Commissioner, Ministry of Foreign Affairs for Fukien
    Fukien, China
  • 1928
    judge, Central Court of Criminal Appeals
    China
  • December, 1928
    councillor of Judicial Yuan, National Government
    China
  • September, 1929
    professor of the History of China's Foreign Relations, Government Central University
    China
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