Hsu Jui-Chung studied Law and Political Science at the Peking Government University and graduated with Bachelor of Laws degree.
Mr. Hsu was appointed assistant secretray to the Ministry of Agriculture and Commerce in 1919. He recommended to investigate the conditions of the Overseas Chinese in French Indo-China, Thailand, Straits Settlements and the Federated Malay States in 1920. For some time, he worked as a translator of the Bureau of Immigration, Peking.
In 1921 Hsu Jui-chun became an editor of the Ming Po at Peking. The following year he was appointed acting secretary to the Ministry of Agriculture and Commerce and in 1924 - Vice- Consul in Singapore. From August 1926 till September 1927 he served as an acting Consul-General at Singapore. Mr. Hsu resumed Vice-Consulship in October 1927. He held the post of a Consul in Yangon from April, 1929, to August, 1934.
Hsu Jui-chun transferred to Manila, Philippine Islands in September, 1934, as Consul of the Chinese Consulate-General in the islands of the Philippines.