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Shuhsi Hsu

Shuhsi Hsu, Chinese diplomat.

Background

  • Hsu, Shuhsi was born on April 3, 1892 in Swatow, China. Son of Wuju and Lanhsiang (Chang) Hsu.

  • Education

    • Bachelor, Hongkong University, 1917. Master of Arts, Columbia, 1919. Doctor of Philosophy, Columbia, 1925.

    Career

    • Professor political science in charge international law and diplomacy Yenching University, Peiping, 1923-1937, dean college public affairs, 1929-1932. Technical adviser Chinese delegations to League of Nations Assembly and Council, 1932-1933. Member national defense planning commission NAt.

      Government, 1933-1936, member national resources committee, 1936-1938. Adviser to Ministry of Foreign Affairs, 1936-1938, 40-49. Technical member Chinese delegate to United Nations, 1945-1947, minister plenipotentiary, 1947-1952, ambassador, 1952-1956.

      Ambassador to Peru and Bolivia, from 1956. Alternative representative United Nations Security Council, General Assembly, Interim Committee of General assembly, 1947-1956, Peace Observatin Committee, 1950-1956. Representative committee on codification of international law, 1947, committee on definition of aggression, 1953.

      Representative United Nations General Assembly, 1958, 60. Member United Nations International Law Commission, from 1948, Permanent Court of Arbitration, from 1958.

    Works

    Connections

    • Married Grace Wenchuang Liu, July 7, 1921. Childern: Yuanyo, Fucheng, Chichang.
    • father: Wuju Hsu
    • mother: Lanhsiang (Chang) Hsu
    • spouse: Grace Wenchuang Liu
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    Born April 3, 1892
    Ethnicity:
    Han
    • 1917
      Hongkong University
    • 1919
      Columbia
    • 1925
      Columbia
    • 1923 - 1937
      Professor, political science in charge international law and diplomacy Yenching University
    • 1929 - 1932
      Professor, political science in charge international law and diplomacy Yenching University
    • 1932 - 1933
      technical adviser Chinese delegations to League of Nations Assembly and Council
    • 1936 - 1938
      adviser to Ministry of Foreign Affairs
    • 1945 - 1947
      technical member, Chinese delaware to United Nations
    • 1947 - 1952
      technical member, Chinese delaware to United Nations
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