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Keng-lien Chang

Chang Keng-lien was a school teacher and later he started his career as an official.

Background

  • Mr. Chang was born in Fenghua, Chekiang, China in 1900.

  • Education

    • Chang Keng-lien graduated from Nanking University (Bachelor of Arts degree) and from Southeastern University, Nanking (Master of Arts degree).

    Career

    • Mr. Chang was a teacher in the Continental Commercial Institute, later - a teacher in the Ting Hai Middle School in charge of commercial department. Chang Keng-lienwas a private secretary to Generalissimo Chiang Kai-shek. He was a secretary to the Military Commission, secretary to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, chief of Nanking Inland Taxation Office.

      In 1928 he became a superintendent of Nanking Customs and concurrently Commissioner for foreign affairs at Nanking. From 1933 to 1934 he worked as a superintendent of Customs at Chinkiang. Since 1934 Chang Keng-lien was appointed Consul-General of the Chinese Consulate at Hamburg.
    Keng-lien Chang
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    Nationality
    Ethnicity:
    Han
    • 1928
      superintendent, Nanking Customs
      China
    • 1928
      Commissioner for foreign affairs
      Nanking, China
    • 1933 - 1934
      superintendent, Customs at Chinkiang
      Chinkiang, China
    • 1934
      Consul-General, Chinese Consulate at Hamburg
      Hamburg, Germany, Germany
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    Ilona Bodyak

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    • Career
      • Chinese Consulate at Hamburg
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    • Background
    • School and college years description
    • College/University
      • Nanking University
        • Degree
    • College/University
      • Southeastern University
        • Degree
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