Kok-shan Wong Edit Profile
Mr. Wong was educated first at home and then entered Queen’s College in Hongkong.
After graduation Mr. Wong was appointed a teacher in the Peiyang University of Tianjin in 1895. Later he gave up teaching work and became agent of the Chinese Engineering and Mining Company at Tianjin in 1896.
In 1902 Mr. Wong was awarded the brevet rank of Taotai by the government. He was appointed commissioner of the Canton-Hankow Railway and in 1905 was awarded the same position on the Shanghai-Nanking Railway.
In 1908 Mr. Wong became commercial manager of the Han-yeh-ping Iron and Coal Company and in 1918 was appointed commercial manager of the Yangtsze Engineering Works at Hankow. He was also general manager of the Chung Hwa Steel Products Company, Ltd. of Shanghai.