Lu-foo Tsiang studied in Shanghai Technical School, Shanghai, China after which he travelled in Japan, Europe and America studying political questions with a mission headed by Prince Tsai Tsuh and Tuan Fang.
On arrival in Belgium, he was appointed attache to the Chinese Legation in Brussels and entered the University of Brussels and received his degree in social and financial sciences in 1909.
Lu-foo Tsiang returned to China in 1909 and joined the French affairs department of the Waichiaopu (Ministry of Foreign Affairs). In 1902 he was elected chief of the accounting department.
During the 21 years he has been in the Waichaopu he has held many positions. He was for many years a member of the Chinese delegation attached to Tsing Hua College and for eight years had charge of funds of the college. During this time the funds mounted from three to eight million dollars.
He worked in Nanking, China as secretary to the Waichaopu and councillor in financial bureau from 1927 till 1930.
On February 14, 1930 he was appointed Charge d'Affairs at Rome. Then in in March, 1934 Mr. Tsing was appointed director of the Loan Department, Ministry of Finance.