Chao Hsin-woo graduated from China National Institute, Woosung with Bachelor of Laws degree in 1927. He went to England and attended the evening class of London School of Economics and Political Science, London. From 1928 to 1930 he was specialising in International Law and international relations under Professor Charles A. N. Manning.
Mr. Chao served in the Foreign Affairs Ministry under Dr. C. T. Wang around 1927 to 1928 and the Chinese Legation in London under Dr. S. K. A. Sze from 1928 to 1930.
He joined the Chinese Delegation to the League of Nations in Geneva under the late Dr. C. C. Wu, Dr. S. K. A. Sze, and Dr. W. W. Yen respectively between 1930 and 1932. Later Mr. Chao was a chief archivist and one of the draftsmen in the Chinese Embassy in Moscow under Dr. W. W. Yen since the resumption of Sino-Soviet relations in 1933.
"Guide to International Conferences"
(published by the Commercial Press, Shanghai)
"Legislative Treatment of Diplomatic Questions in Eighteen Countries"
(published by the Great Eastern Book Co., Shanghai)
"Study on Chinese Foreign Policy"
"Study on Most-Favored Nation Clause"
"Draft Plan on Emigration and Immigration"
"Guide to Diplomatic Documents"
"Functions of a Diplomatic Representative"