The Lebanese ambassador in Beijing is the official representative of the Government in Beirut to the Government of the People's Republic of China.
List of representatives
|Diplomatic agrément/Diplomatic accreditation
||List of Prime Ministers of Lebanon
||Premier of the People's Republic of China
|July 31, 1958
||In May 1958 the Lebanese Government appointed Mr. Mahmoud Banna as its first Minister to China. He arrived in Taiwan on July 31
|November 9, 1971
||The governments in Beirut and Beijing established diplomatic relations.
|May 5, 1972
||Élie Joseph Boustany
||Elie Bustani had been appointed the first Lebanese Ambassador to China and that the Chinese Ambassador to Lebanon would be Cheng Yu. Lebanon recognised China.
|July 28, 1983
|July 12, 1999
|November 25, 2003
||Sleiman Chafic El-Rassi
||(* Sept. 15, 1946 in Ibl al-Saqi).
- Son of Chafic Rassi and Mrs. Ramzieh Kassiss.
- Married on May 5, 1 985 in Beirut to Mrs. Daisy Rahhal, 2 daughters, Rima and Lina.
- Education: Ibl al-Saqi Primary School, Marjeyoun; Complementary School, Ecole Normale, Byr Hassan, Beirut. Lebanese University, Sanayeh, Beirut.
- Dipl.: Licence in Law (Law Degree) Lebanese University.
- 8.2.1965: Teacher, Ministry of National Education.
- 6.2.1978: Attache, Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
- 1979-1983: Secretary, Embassy of Lebanon, Caracas, Venezuela.
- 1983-1985: Secretary, Embassy of Lebanon, London, U.K..
- 1985-1986: Head of the Section of Europe-Ministry of Foreign Affairs ().
- 1986-1990: Secretary and Deputy Chief of Mission, Embassy of Lebanon, Washington, D.C., United States.
||June 3, 2010
|November 14, 2012
|April 23, 2013
|December 5, 2017
Coordinates: 39°56′46″N 116°27′25″E / 39.946170°N 116.457070°E