Kung Teh-pai went to Japan in 1913, where he stayed for three years, devoting himself to the study of Japanese Affairs. In the meantime, he also served as correspondent for the Shanghai Journal of Commerce and the Peking-Tianjin Times. Following his return from Japan, Mr. Kung was made a member of the Chinese Delegation to the Washington Conference, after which he was appointed editor-in-chief of the National Diplomatic Review. Then Kung Teh-pai served as an editor of the Shun Poo in Shanghai since 1928. And after that he held the post of a Commissioner of Foreign Affairs for Hunan. He also was an editor of a daily newspaper in Nanjing.