Teh-huang Tang Edit Profile
Teh-huang Tang graduated from the Chefoo Naval Academy. He sent to England on a Government Scholarship for advanced training in naval tactics.
While in England, Teh-huang Tang attended the Coronation Ceremony of the reigning King of Great Britain, George V with the Chinese Naval Mission to England.
After return to China, he took part in the First Revolution for the overthrow of the Manchu Dynasty and later was also active in the campaign against Yuan Shih-kai when he attempted to crown himself Emperor of China. He retired from political activities and joined the Government Railway service, serving in the Canton-Hankow Railway in various capacities for 14 years.
Mr. Tang joined the Nationalist Revolutionary Army in 1927 and first served in the 11th Army under Gen. Chen Ming-shu. Upon expansion of the Army into the 19th Route Army, he became an adjutant officer in the Army. When the 19th Route Army was transferred from Kiangsi to Kiangsu for garrison duties, he was appointed Chief Adjutant Officer in the Garrison Headquarters of Shanghai - Nanking Area.
Upon outbreak of the Japanese Armed Invasion of Shanghai in the Spring of 1982, he was appointed Director of communications of the Army and rendered meritorious services in the direction of Army communications on land and water and in the air during the War. When the 19th Route Army was transferred to Pukien after conclusion of the war, he was promoted Director of the Adjutants' Office of the Headquarters of the Pacification Commissioner of Fukien. He was warded 2nd Class Medal for services during the Shanghai War by the Government.