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government official

Shih-shun Liu was a Chinese Government official.

Background

He was native of Ifeng, Kiangsi and born at Hsiang-hsiang, Hunan, China in 1900.

Education

Mr. Liu was a graduate of Tsing Hua College in 1920, Johns Hopkins University in 1921 (Bacheor of Arts degree).

He also attended University of Michigan in 1922-1923, Harvard University in 1923 (Master of Arts) and Columbia University in 1925 (Doctor of Philosophy).

Career

Shih-shun Liu was a Fellow in International Law, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace in 1921-1923, Professor in Tsing Hua University in 1925-1927, member of Treaty Commission, Ministry of Foreign Affairs in 1927-1928, Senior Member of the same Commission in 1928-1930, Acting Counsellor of Ministry of Foreign Affairs in 1929-1930, Counsellor of Ministry of Foreign Affairs in 1929-1930, Counsellor Ministry of Interior, member of Legislative Yuan in 1930-1932.

Mr. Liu took also such positions as Advisor of Ministry of Foreign Affairs in 1930-1932, acting Director Department of International Affairs in 1932, director of Department of European and American Affairs, Ministry of Foreign Affairs since 1932, Professor of International Law, National Central University since 1929, Lecturer on International Law, Central College of Political Science since 1932.

He was an author of "Extraterritoriality: Its Rise and Its Decline" published in 1925.