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Mr. Fei Ch’i-hao was a Chinese educator, principal of the Putung Middle School in Tianjin, Councillor of the Minister of Foreign Affairs and secretary of the Peking Y. M. C. A. in 1910-s.


Mr. Fei Ch’i-hao was born at Tung Hsien, the Metropolitan District in 1879.


Mr. Fei studied at the North China Union College, Tung Chow and graduated from there in 1898. After graduation Mr. Fei became a teacher in the Oberlin College, Tai-kuo Hsien, Shansi Province. Between 1899 and 1900 he was teacher of the Fen Chow Middle School, Shansi.

Mr. Fei arrived in America in September 1901, with private support to study. He prepared for college at Oberlin Academy between 1902 and 1903. From 1903 to 1906 he studied Liberal Arts at the Oberlin College and graduated from it in 1906 with the degree of B. A. Then he entered Yale University and received the degree of M. A. from it in 1907.


From 1907 to 1908 Mr. Fei was principal of the Putung Middle School, Tianjin. From 1908 to 1911 he was president of the Zhili Provincial College, Paotingfu.

In 1911 during the first Revolution which broke out in Wuchang, Mr. Fei was appointed by the provisional government to be Councillor of the Minister of Foreign Affairs. Later he became a political Councillor. In the provisional government at Nanking he was a Deputy of the Minister of Education.

In 1913 Mr. Fei became secretary of the Peking Y. M. C. A. in charge of the department of the intellectual education. Besides, he had been for many years and is still the president of the College of Economy and Commerce, Peking.