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The U.S. Embassy in Beijing is housed in three compounds near Ritan Park. The ambassador's residence and the offices of the press and cultural section (the U.S. Information Service office in Beijing) are located at 17 Guanghua Lu. The Bruce Building, located at 2 Xiushui Dong Jie, is a few blocks away and houses the consular section (where U.S. citizens register) and the administrative section. The main compound houses the embassy's executive offices and the offices of the political, science and technology, and economic sections as well as the Foreign Commercial Service and the Foreign Agricultural Service.

The following list of U.S. Embassy and consulate addresses and personnel was current as of February 1994. Area codes are provided for your reference but do not need to be dialed if you are calling from within the same city. When calling within China, the city area code is preceded by a ''0."

U.S. Embassy/Beijing

Xiushui Bei Jie #3


Beijing 100600, PRC


Telephone: 1-532-3831


FAX: 1-532-3178



J. Stapleton Roy

Deputy Chief of Mission

Scott Hallford

Political Counselor

Neil Silver

Economic Counselor

Christopher Szymanski

Commercial Counselor

Melvin Searls

Agricultural Attache

William Brant

Science/Technology Attache

Marco DiCapua

U.S. Information Service (USIS)


Telephone: 1-532-1161


FAX: 1-532-2039


Public Affairs Officer

Frank Scotton

Deputy Public Affairs Officer

Larry Daks

Cultural Affairs Officer

Eugene Nojek

Information Officer

Lorraine Toly

Education Officer

Elizabeth Kauffman

U.S. Consulate General/Chengdu

No. 4 Ling Shi Lu


Renmin Nan Lu, Section 4


Chengdu 610041


Sichuan Province, PRC


Telephone: 28-558-3992


FAX: 28-558-3520


Consul General

Donald Camp

Branch Public Affairs Officer (USIS)

Frank Neville

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