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Lian Shih-yi has held many important positions under the Chinese Government, as will be seen from the following: Secretary to Tang Shao-yi on the occasion of his mission to India, in 1906; Chief of Department of Board of Communications, 1907: Director of Railways in Board of Communications, 1907; Assistant Director of Chino T’ung Bank, 1907; Senior Secretary of Board of Communications, July, 1909; Acting Vice Minister of Communications, November. 1911; Acting Director of Imperial Chinese Posts, December, 1911; Acting Minister of Communications, January to March, 1912: Chief Secretary in the President s office after the abdication of the Manchus (April, 1912): Acting Vice Minister of Finance, May to September, 1911: member of the Tsanchengyuan (Council of State), Alinister of the Shuiwuchu: Director General of the Customs Administration. 1915; Director General of tile Bureau of Taves, wifi: Speaker of the Senate. Mav to October, 1918; Premier of China, resigned in 1992.
Liang Shih-Yi; China Faces the Modern World. Current History 1 September 1924; 20 (6): 950–955. doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/curh.19184.108.40.2060
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