Wang Shijie

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Wang Shih-chieh
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Wang Shijie in Who's Who in China 4th ed., 1931
Native name
Born10 March 1891
Died21 April 1981 (aged 90)
Political partyChinese Nationalist Party

Wang Shih-chieh also known as Wang Shijie (Chinese: 王世杰; pinyin: Wáng Shìjié; 10 March 1891 – 21 April 1981) was a Chinese politician and scholar of the Kuomintang in service to the Republic of China.[1][2]

Early life and family origins[edit]

Wang was born in 1891 in Chongyang County, Wuchang Prefecture, Hubei Province during the late Qing dynasty.


Wang Shijie retreated with the Nationalists to Taiwan in 1949. After arriving in Taiwan, he remained active in politics including representing China before the UN General Assembly prior to 1972.


  1. ^ 徐主編(2007)、79頁。
  2. ^ 劉国銘主編(2005)、143頁。