Mr. Wang entered Tsinghua College in 1912 and was graduated in 1915. Then he went to America on an American Boxer Indemnity scholarship, where he first attended Princeton University and obtained his Bachelor of Letters degree in 1918, specializing in political economy. Later, he took his Master of Arts course in history and journalism at Columbia University in New York, United States in 1918-1919.
Kuo-chun Wang joined the "Shanghai Journal of Commerce" upon his return to China in 1919. He worked as a assistant manager of the "Shun Pao" in 1920, assistant editor of the "Peking Daily News" in Peking and concurrently Peking correspondent of the "Shun Pao" in Shanghai, China in 1920-1921, delegate to the World Press Congress at Honolulu and from there he went to America to attend the Washington Conference in 1921-1922, chief of the division of compilation and translation of the Ministry of Communications in 1922.