The Ambassador of China, H.E. Mr. Zhou Wenzhong discusses China and the United States
Ambassador Zhou Wenzhong served previously as Assistant and Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs in Beijing. He was earlier China's Ambassador to Australia, as well as to Barbados and Antigua and Barbuda, He has previous experience in the U.S. as Minister in the Embassy in Washington DC and Consul General in San Francisco and Los Angeles. Ambassador Wenshong studied at Bath University and the London School of Economics in England.
Ambassador Zhou Wenzhong
Ambassador Zhou previously served in Washington as deputy chief of mission of the Chinese Embassy in Washington (1995-98) and on a prior occasion as attache and then third secretary (1978-83). In addition, he was China's vice minister of foreign affairs (2003-05) and assistant foreign affairs minister (2001-03), as well as ambassador to Australia (1998-2001) and to Barbados and Antigua and Barbuda (1990-93).
Ambassador Zhou also served as consul general of China in Los Angeles (1994-95), deputy consul general in San Francisco (1987-90), deputy director-general of the North American and Oceanic Affairs Department at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (1993-94), as well as second secretary, deputy division director, and division director of the Department of Translation and Interpretation at the Ministry (1983-87).