Chung-yi Lo received his advanced education at Cambridge University (Honors Economics).
Chung-yi Lo was a member of the Hanlin Academy under the late Manchu Dynasty, secretary to Governor of Kwangsi, China in 1909. Then he joined Wai-Wu-Pu (Foreign Affairs Ministry) in 1910, editor of the Peking Daily News in 1911, President of College of Communications in 1912, Secretary to the President of the Republic of China and Ministry of Finance in 1913, First Secretary to the Chinese Legation at London in 1914, Charge d' Affaires, same Legation, Consul-General and Charge d'Affaires of the Chinese Legation in Peru in 1921-1923, Secretary to the Prime Minister of China in 1924, associate general-manager of the Peking Syndicate, Director of Fuchung Mining Corporation and Technical Expert to the Peking Tariff Conference in 1925-1926.
Chung-yi Lo was also second delegate for China to the Special Assembly of the League of Nations in February, 1932, substitute Chinese Delegate to the 13th Ordinary Assembly of the League and Delegate to the Disarmament Conference in 1932-1933, Chinese Representative to the Preparatory Commission for the World Monetary and Economic Conference in January 1933, Director of the Press Bureau of the Chinese Delegation at Geneva in 1932-1933.
Chung-yi Lo married to Wei Ki, daughter of Vice-Admiral Wei Han in 1912.