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also known as Venfour F. Tchou

Lawyer

Chu Wen-fu was a lawyer. He was the author of "French Demorcacy," and "Review of Chinese Judicial Reform".

Background

Mr. Chu was born in Jiangyin, Jiangsu, China in 1888.

Education

Chu Wen-fu obtained his Bachelor of Laws degree from the Peking (Beijing) Government University in 1918, Master of Laws from the University of Paris, France in 1917 and Doctor of Laws from the University of Geneva in 1920.

Career

He served as secretary of the Chinese delegation to the Paris Peace Conference in 1918-1919 and was a technical delegate to the Conference on International Transportation, Spain in 1920.

From 1921 to 1922 Chu Wen-fu was a secretary of the Chinese delegation to the Washington Conference and a technical delegate to the International Conference on Opium, Geneva between 1924 to 1925.

Mr. Chu was a second secretary of the Chinese Legation at Washington (1921-1922) and assistant director of the intelligence and publicity bureau of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in 1927-1928. Later he was engaged in legal practice in Shanghai and concurrently served as dean of the Shanghai Law College, Shanghai.

Works

  • book

    • "French Demorcacy"

    • "Review of Chinese Judicial Reform "