In Suzhou Mr. Djang received his preliminary education. From 1907 to 1901 he studied at Kiangnan College, Nanjing. Before he went to America in 1911 he studied in the Tsinghua College for one year and obtained a scholarship.
From 1911 to 1915 Mr. Djang took a course in Liberal arts at Cornell University. While there he was chief manager of the Chinese Students’ Monthly and was editor of the Chinese Students’ annual in 1913-1914. He graduated in 1915 with the degree of B. A. and returned to China in August of the same year.
Mr. Djang was appointed upon his return Chemist of the Chihli Provincial Industrial Laboratory and of the Pei Yang Plague Prevention Bureau. He also devoted much time in teaching and writing and also acted as lecturer in Sanitary Chemistry Government University, Peking; teacher in the Zhili Middle School, Tianjin; editor of the Ladies’ Journal, Shanghai; etc.
For some time Mr. Djange was English secretary to the Bureau of Foreign Affairs of Zhili and Advisor to the Zhili Police Administration.
Mr. Djang was secretary of the Cornell Alumni Association of North China in 1915 and Chinese secretary of American Returned Students Club, Tianjin in 1916-17.
In the winter of 1918 Mr. Djang was appointed general secretary of the Anti-Narcotic Society, Tianjin. From September 1920 to December 1921 he served as general secretary of the North China International Society of Finance Relief. Since January 1922 he was associate executive secretary of the China International Famine Relief Commission, which had its headquarters in Peking.
Being interested in social service, Mr. Djang held membership or offices in various public organizations in Capital.
Mr. Djang was the author of many articles in both Chinese and foreign journals and of number of pamphlets among which are An Outline of a System of School Calculated to Promote Mass Education in China and Ledger Account for Household Express.