1 Feb 1935

Panama
  • Shen Jinding (Shen Ching-ting) was named the Chinese ambassador to Panama. ww2dbase [Panama City | CPC]
29 Apr 1941

Panama
  • Shen Jinding (Shen Ching-ting), the Chinese ambassador to Panama, was given the concurrent role of ambassador to Honduras. He would remain in Panama City and would never set up an embassy in Honduras. ww2dbase [Panama City | CPC]
17 Jun 1942

Panama
  • Tu Yuntan (Tu Yuen-ten), a Chinese diplomat in the Panama embassy, relieved Shen Jinding (Shen Ching-ting) as the Chinese ambassador to Honduras. He would remain in Panama City and would never set up an embassy in Honduras. ww2dbase [Panama City | CPC]
1 Sep 1942

Panama
  • Tu Yuntan (Tu Yuen-ten) relieved Shen Jinding (Shen Ching-ting) as the Chinese ambassador to Panama. ww2dbase [Panama City | CPC]
1 Nov 1947

Panama
  • Tu Yuntan (Tu Yuen-ten) stepped down as the Chinese ambassador to Panama. ww2dbase [Panama City | CPC]

Timeline Section Founder: Thomas Houlihan
Contributors: Alan Chanter, C. Peter Chen, Thomas Houlihan, Hugh Martyr, David Stubblebine
Special Thanks: Rory Curtis




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