تسوي تيان‌كاي

هذا هو اسم صيني; لقب العائلة هو تسوي.

تسوي تيان‌كاي (بالصينية: 崔天凯پن‌ين: Cuī Tiānkǎi؛ Cui Tiankai ؛ وُلِد أكتوبر 1952) دبلوماسي صيني وسفير الصين لدى الولايات المتحدة، من 2013 حتى 23 يونيو 2021.


تسوي تيان‌كاي
崔天凯
Cui Tiankai in 2012.jpg
تسوي تيان‌كاي في المؤتمر الصحفي للدورة 23 للمفوضية المشتركة الأمريكية الصينية حول التجارة والتبادل التجارة، 2012
سفير الصين لدى الولايات المتحدة
في المنصب
15 أبريل 2013 – 23 يونيو 2021
سبقهژانگ يى‌سوي
خلـَفهچين گانگ
سفير الصين لدى اليابان
في المنصب
9 أكتوبر 2007 – 26 يناير 2009
سبقهوانگ يي
خلـَفهتشنگ يونگ‌هوا
تفاصيل شخصية
وُلِدأكتوبر 1952 (العمر 70)
شانغهاي، الصين
الحزبالحزب الشيوعي الصيني
الإقامةواشنطن العاصمة، الولايات المتحدة
المدرسة الأمجامعة شرق الصين للمعلمين
جامعة بكين للدراسات الأجنبية
جامعة جونز هوپكنز

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النشأة والتعليم

In 1952, Cui was born in Shanghai, China. He is a native of Ningbo, Zhejiang Province, China.[1]

Cui went to Shanghai Foreign Language School and graduated from the School of Foreign Languages of East China Normal University. Following his graduation from East China Normal University, Cui studied interpretation at the Beijing Foreign Studies University.


السيرة العملية

 
Cui Tiankai with Barack Obama in the Oval Office, April 2013

Following his studies in Beijing, Cui traveled with a Chinese delegation to the United Nations to work as an interpreter in the General Assembly. After working in the UN for five years, Cui returned to academia to pursue a postgraduate degree from Johns Hopkins University's Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies in Washington, DC.[2]

After graduating from Johns Hopkins University, Cui joined the Ministry of Foreign Affairs first as a deputy director of the Department of International Organizations and Conferences and then spokesmen for the Information Department. In 1997, Cui was appointed Minister Counselor to the United Nations, a position he held until 1999. Cui continued to work with the Ministry throughout the next decade and held notable positions such as Director General of the Department of Asian Affairs, assistant minister of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and Ambassador to Japan.[3][4] In 2013, Cui was selected by the 12th Standing Committee of the National People's Congress, then appointed by President Xi Jinping as the Ambassador to the United States.[5]

آراؤه

On March 6, 2013, Cui Tiankai was interviewed by reporters from China Youth Daily when he attended the National People's Congress. "The root cause of all problems in Sino-Japan relationship is that whether Japan can accept a powerful China." Cui said, "If Japan can realize and solve this problem in her mind, all the other problems can be solved easily."[6]

On October 8, 2013, Cui Tiankai delivered a speech at the School of Advanced International Studies at the Johns Hopkins University. He said some Japanese believe that: "During World War II, Japan was only defeated by United States and her atom bombs. Therefore, Japan only needs to get along well with United States while ignoring other nations." "This is a downright incorrect viewpoint." Cui emphasizes that, "Japan was defeated by all the peace-loving people including both Chinese and American people. There will be dire consequences if Japan is misled by incorrect viewpoints about past history."[7]

In 2012, the case of the blind activist Chen Guangcheng triggered a diplomatic dispute between China and the US. Chen was permitted to study law in mainland China before going to the US for further studies. When Cui saw the shortlist of the universities that the Americans recommended, he roared: "There's no way he's going to East China Normal, I will not share an alma mater with that man!"[8]

On July 12, 2016, Cui Tiankai spoke at the Centre for Strategic and International Studies following China's rejection of the ruling of an international tribunal arbitration case submit by the Philippines. He asserted that the attempt at arbitration was illegal as it was done without Chinese consent. Cui expressed his hope for future diplomatic resolutions to disputes in the South China Sea, also expressed a wish for further more successful joint developments and activities with other countries.[9]

الهامش

  1. ^ "Cui Tiankai 崔天凯". chinavitae.com. Retrieved 15 April 2019.
  2. ^ "Biography of the Ambassador — Embassy of the People's Republic of China in the United States of America". www.china-embassy.org. Retrieved 2016-04-04.
  3. ^ "旅日侨胞热烈欢迎崔天凯大使履新" [A warm welcome to overseas Chinese in Japan, Ambassador Cui Tiankai took office]. www.china-embassy.or.jp (in الصينية). 2007-10-09. Archived from the original on 2016-04-15. Retrieved 2016-04-05.
  4. ^ "中国驻日本大使崔天凯举行离任招待会" [Chinese Ambassador to Japan Cui Tiankai held Farewell Reception]. www.china-embassy.or.jp (in الصينية). 2009-01-26. Archived from the original on 2016-04-15. Retrieved 2016-04-05.
  5. ^ "Xi appoints Cui Tiankai as new ambassador to US". usa.chinadaily.com.cn. Retrieved 2016-04-05.
  6. ^ People's Daily (2013-03-06). "Discussions with Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs" (in Chinese). Beijing. Retrieved 2013-10-09.CS1 maint: unrecognized language (link)
  7. ^ China News (2013-10-09). "Cui Tiankai: Hope Some Japanese Drop Incorrect Viewpoints on History" (in Chinese). Beijing. Retrieved 2013-10-09.CS1 maint: unrecognized language (link)
  8. ^ Week in China (2014-06-20). "Hillary's China syndrome". Hong Kong. Retrieved 2014-07-09.
  9. ^ Centre for Strategic and International Studies (2016-07-12). "China's Response to the South China Sea Arbitration Ruling". Washington, D.C. Retrieved 2016-07-09.

وصلات خارجية


مناصب دبلوماسية
سبقه
Wang Yi
سفير الصين لدى اليابان
2007–2010
تبعه
تشنگ يونگ‌هوا
سبقه
ژانگ يى‌سوي
سفير الصين لدى الولايات المتحدة
2013–23 يونيو 2021
تبعه
چين گانگ

قالب:China Ambassadors to Japan