Compiled from the following sources:

Special biographic research
Wen Wei Publishing Company, Ltd. 2002-2006

XINHUA Online (China View)


Revision History:

Biography Revised: 4/4/2013
Career Data Updated: 4/9/2013

PHOTO: Cui Tiankai
Cui Tiankai 崔天凯
Ambassador, Chinese Embassy, USA, Washington D.C.
Born: 1952

Career Data

2013— Ambassador, Chinese Embassy USA, Washington D.C.
2010—2013 Vice-Minister, Ministry of Foreign Affairs
2007—2010 Ambassador, Chinese Embassy Japan, Tokyo
2006—2007 Assistant Minister, Ministry of Foreign Affairs
2003—2006 Director, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Asian Affairs Department
2001—2003 Director, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Policy Research Office
1999—2001 Deputy Director, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Policy Research Office
1997—1999 Counselor, Permanent Mission of the PRC to the United Nations
1996—1997 Deputy Director, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Information Department
1996—1997 Spokesperson, Ministry of Foreign Affairs
1988—1996 Head, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, International Organizations and Conferences Department
1986—1987 Postgraduate, Johns Hopkins University, School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) USA, Washington D.C.
1984—1986 Third Secretary, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, International Organizations and Conferences Department
1981—1984 Interpreter, United Nations, Secretariat USA, New York, New York
1979—1981 Student, Beijing Foreign Studies University Beijing Municipality (Studied in the Center for Training Interpreters for the United Nations)
1974—1979 Student, East China Normal University, School of Foreign Languages Shanghai Municipality


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