Chi-nyok Wang was studied in Japan. She graduated from the Mount Holyoke College, Massachusetts, U.S.A. in 1916. Then in 1917 she received her Master of Arts degree at the University of Illinois.
Miss Wang also attended the Teachers' College of Columbia University and the University of Chicago.
Since her return to China, she was engaged in edncational work and was principal of the Tsung Hwa Girls' School in Soochow, Kiangsu, China of which her mother was the founder. In order to devote her efforts to the development of the Tsung Hwa School, she has declined many offers from both missionary and Government educational institutions, such as teaching position at Ginling, principal of the 1st Girls' Normal School at Nanking, and etc.
Miss Wang was elected Chinese woman delegate to attend the 1st conference of the Institute of Pacific Relations held at Honolulu in 1925. In addition to her duties as principal of the Tsung Hwa School, she was also a member of the various educational organizations in China.