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Chao-wu Ting (Theodore C. Ting)

Chao-wu Ting was a government official.

Background

  • Mr. Ting was born in Shaowu, Fukien, China (Shaowu, Fujian, China) in 1884.

  • Education

    • Chao-wu Ting was graduated of Han-mei Academy (Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing) in 1909 and graduated of Foochow College in 1911

    Career

    • Chao-wu Ting worked as an instructor of the Shaowu Government Middle School in 1911, elected member of the Lower House of Parliament in 1912, dean of Shaowu Government Middle School in 1915, member of the Extraordinary Parliament in Canton, China from 1917 till 1922, member of the Lower House of the Restored Parliament in Peking, China from 1924 till 1925, elected reserve member of the Central Executive Committee of Kuomintang, China in1925, chairman of the Fukien Committee of the Kuomintang, China from 1926 till 1927.

      He was also a member of the Central Political Council and of the Provisional Government at Foochow, China from 1926 till 1927, Mayor of Foochow Municipality, member of the Fukien Provincial Government and Commissioner of Construction of Fukien, China from 1927 till 1928, chief judge of the Central Provisional Court for Special Criminal Cases in 1928, member of the Central Executive Committee of the Kuomintang and of the Central Political Council in 1929, member of the Control Yuan since 1933.
    Chao-wu Ting
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    Nationality
    Ethnicity:
    Han
    • 1911
      Foochow College
      Fuzhou, Fujian, China
    • 1909
      Chinese Academy of Sciences
      Beijing, China
    • 1911
      instructor, Shaowu Government Middle School
      Shaowu, Fujian, China
    • 1912
      elected member, Lower House of Parliament
      China
    • 1915
      dean, Shaowu Government Middle School
      Shaowu, Fujian, China
    • 1917 - 1922
      member, Extraordinary Parliament
      Canton, Guangdong, China
    • 1924 - 1925
      member, Lower House of the Restored Parliament
      Peking, Beijing, China
    • 1925
      reserve member, Central Executive Committee of Kuomintang
      China