P. C. Wong attended the Military College of Chekiang at age of 17 and later Waseda University in Tokyo, Japan in 1906, from which he graduated with Bachelor's degree. After his return to China, he founded the Kiangsu Law College at Nanking. Mr. Wong was sent by Han Kuo-chun, then Civil Governor of Kiangsu, to America for higher education, where he attended California and Harvard Universities.
He returned to China in 1919 and was appointed professor of political science at the National Normal College in Nanking. Aassisted in the organization of theNational Southeastern University at Nanking and was made head of its political science department, then vice-president and dean of the Kiangsu Law College. Also for a time served as professor at Ginling Girls College, Chihnan Institute and the First Provincial Girls Normal School at Nanking. He was a member of the board of directors of the Science Society of China, member of the board of trustees of the National Association for the Promotion of Popular Education and general secretary of the Kiangsu association for promotion of education.