陳 素 雲
Wong Yuen-su received his early education in the United States. He was also sent to the United States to pursue advanced studies in political science and economics at Washington and Columbia Universities and obtained Bachelor of Arts and Master of Arts degrees.
Mr. Wong accompanied the late Dr. Sun Yat-sen in his visits to various cities in the United States to solicit funds for the revolution in China and later played an important role in the Revolution of 1911 which resulted in the overthrow of the Manchu Regime. Upon his return to China with Dr. Sun, he was appointed Pacification Commissioner to Guangdong after establishment of the Republic.
When Wong Yuen-su returned to China from America, he was appointed secretary to the Generalissimo of the Southwest Military Government. Later he served as finance commissioner of Canton, councilor of the Nationalist Government at Canton, China, secretary to the National Government in Nanjing, China.
Mr. Wong was also a member of the planning Committee of the Ministry of Finance of the National Government, Nanjing Consul-General in Honolulu and later transferred as Consul-General in San Franscisco, U.S.A. On his return to China from his last mentioned post, Wong Yuen-su made an extensive tour in the United States and Europe to study political and economic conditions. Then he was appointed Chinese Minister Plenipotentiary to Mexico.