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Hollington K Tong (Chinese: 董显光; November 9, 1887 – January 10, 1971) was a Chinese journalist and government employee. Tong was from a poor Chinese Christian family. He graduated in journalism from the University of Missouri and from Columbia University in the early 1900s. Upon returning to China, he worked as a journalist and later became the chief editor of a large English-language newspaper in Shanghai.
Tong was appointed Vice-Minister of Information of the Republic of China (Taiwan), Ambassador of Republic Of China to Japan, and Ambassador of the Republic of China to the United States (1956-1958).
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