Biography of Ambassador Cui Tiankai
2013/04/09

Mr. Cui Tiankai was born in October 1952. He has a Master's degree of Laws.

2013-    

Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the People's Republic of China to the United

States of America 

2009-2013

Vice Minister, Ministry of Foreign Affairs 

2007-2009

Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the People's Republic of China to Japan 

2006-2007 

Assistant Minister, Ministry of Foreign Affairs 

2003-2006

Director-General, Department of Asian Affairs, Ministry of Foreign Affairs

2001-2003

Director-General, Policy Research Office, Ministry of Foreign Affairs 

1999-2001 

Deputy Director-General, Policy Research Office, Ministry of Foreign Affairs

1997-1999

 Minister Counselor, Permanent Mission of the People's Republic of China to the United Nations

1996-1997 

 Deputy Director-General, Spokesperson, Information Department, Ministry of Foreign Affairs

1987-1996  

 Deputy Division Director, Director, then Counselor, Department of International Organizations and

 Conferences, Ministry of Foreign Affairs

1986-1987

 Postgraduate at Johns Hopkins University, USA

1984-1986

 Attaché, then Third Secretary, Department of International Organizations and Conferences,

 Ministry of Foreign Affairs

1981-1984 

 Interpreter, Chinese Service, Department for General Assembly and Conference Management,

 UN Secretariat

1979-1981

 Postgraduate student, UN Interpreter and Translator Training Course in Beijing Institute of

 Foreign Languages

1978-1979 

 Postgraduate student, Department of Foreign Languages, Shanghai Normal University

1977-1978

 Teacher, Shanghai Normal University

1974-1977

 Undergraduate student, Shanghai Normal University

1969-1974

 "Educated urban youth in the rural areas", Aihui County, Heilongjiang Province

Mr. Cui Tiankai is married with a daughter.

 

 

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