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David Coates (born 13 November 1947) is a retired British diplomat, scholar, former Ambassador to Ivory Coast and Director General of the British Trade & Cultural Office (BTCO) in Taipei. Coates was educated at the History Department, University of Bristol, then he studied Mandarin at the Stanford Center of National Taiwan University from 1972 to 1973, and taught in Taiwanese cram schools.

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  • 寇大偉(英语:David Coates,1947年11月13日-),英國前外交官、學者,歷任英國貿易文化辦事處(今英國在台辦事處)處長、英國駐象牙海岸大使及英國外交部遠東太平洋司(今遠東司)司長等職。
  • David Coates (born 13 November 1947) is a retired British diplomat, scholar, former Ambassador to Ivory Coast and Director General of the British Trade & Cultural Office (BTCO) in Taipei. Coates was educated at the History Department, University of Bristol, then he studied Mandarin at the Stanford Center of National Taiwan University from 1972 to 1973, and taught in Taiwanese cram schools.
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  • 寇大偉(英语:David Coates,1947年11月13日-),英國前外交官、學者,歷任英國貿易文化辦事處(今英國在台辦事處)處長、英國駐象牙海岸大使及英國外交部遠東太平洋司(今遠東司)司長等職。
  • David Coates (born 13 November 1947) is a retired British diplomat, scholar, former Ambassador to Ivory Coast and Director General of the British Trade & Cultural Office (BTCO) in Taipei. Coates was educated at the History Department, University of Bristol, then he studied Mandarin at the Stanford Center of National Taiwan University from 1972 to 1973, and taught in Taiwanese cram schools. After joining the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO), Coates worked at the British Embassy Beijing as First Secretary (Commercial), from 1989 to 1992 he was assigned to Beijing again, as Counsellor (Political) and Deputy Chief of Mission. After returning to Lodon, he served as the Head of Joint Assistance Unit (Central and Eastern Europe) from 1993 to 1995. and was promoted to the Head of Far East and Pacific Department (1995–98). In 1999, he went to Taipei to take the post of Director General BTCO in succession of Alan Stanley Collins, who was appointed as British Ambassador to the Philippines. Leaving his post in Taiwan in 2002, Coates served as the FCO's estate modernisation manager until 2004. and served as the Ambassador to Ivory Coast from 2004 to 2006. After retiring from the foreign service, Coates became a research fellow of Taiwan Studies at the University of Oxford, and a visiting professor at the Graduate Institute of European Studies, Tamkang University, Taiwan.
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