T. S. Wei Edit Profile
T.S. Wei attended St. John's University at Shanghai, but left it before graduation.
T. S. Wei was member of the translation bureau in the board of education in 1900-1903. Then worked as an instructor of English at the Normal College, Peking Government University, the College of Economics and the College of Law at Peking from 1904 to 1911. He was a secretary in the Ta Ching Bank (then the Bank of China) in 1911, adviser to Hsiung Hsi-ling, then Prime Minister, and the director of the press bureau in 1913, secretary of the National Oil Administration from 1914 to 1917, secretary of the salt administration in 1917, secretary of the commission for the improvement of river systems in Chihli (then Hopei) in 1918. In 1919 he bacame the chief of the administrative department of the Grand Canal improvement board.