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Shu-fan Liu

Shu-fan Liu was a Chinese Government official.

Background

  • He was born in Foochow, Fukien, China in 1880.

  • Education

    • Mr. Liu graduated from Foochow College.

    Career

    • Following his graduation from Foochow College, Shu-fan Liu joined the postal service and after many advances was appointed deputy postal commissioner for Kweichow, Shensi and Anhwei provinces, which position he held from 1915 till 1927. In October, 1927 he was appointed by the National Government as chief of the postal department of the Ministry of Communications and acted concurrently as Director-General of Posts. In March 1929 he was appointed as China's plenipotentiary delegate to the Universal Postal Congress in London.

      Following the Congress Mr. Liu was sent on an extensive tour of England, Belgium, Holland, Germany, Austria, Italy, Switzerland, France, Canada, United States and Japan to study postal affairs. Then he became DirectorGeneral of Postal Remittances and Savings Bank in 1930-1931.
    Shu-fan Liu
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    Nationality
    Ethnicity:
    Han
    • 1915 - 1927
      deputy postal commissioner for Kweichow, Shensi and Anhwei provinces
      China
    • 1927
      chief, postal department of the Ministry of Communications
      China
    • 1929
      China's plenipotentiary delegate, Universal Postal Congress
      London, United Kingdom
    • 1930 - 1931
      DirectorGeneral, Postal Remittances and Savings Bank
      China