2019-01-07

Hsü Jun (Hsü Yü-chai, Xu Run)

In the early 20th century, a business tycoon had reconstructed near Jing'an Temple in Shanghai the extensive private residence "Yü Garden" (Garden of Fool), which gave its name to the lined-with-mansions Yuyuan Road.

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2018-11-20

The Mok Family

Three generations of a Chinese family served as compradors of Taikoo Sugar Refinery & Dockyard (Butterfield & Swire Co), the largest British firm in Hong Kong, for 61 years between 1870 and 1931.

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2018-09-12

Chun Afong (Chen Fang)

A musical titled "13 Daughters" played at the New York City Broadway Theater tells the story of a Chinese who lived in Hawaii in the 19th century. His name is Chun Afong.

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2018-09-12

Tong Shao-yi (Tong Shao Yi, Tang Shaoyi)

One of the leading diplomats and public figures at the end of the Qing dynasty, the first prime minister of the Republic of China hailed from a little village in the north of what today is Zhuhai.

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2018-09-13

Yung Wing (Rong Hong)

Zhuhai's native son, Yung Wing, honored widely as the "forefather of overseas Chinese students," was the first student from China to graduate from an American university

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2018-09-19

Tong King-sing (Tang Tingshu, or Tang Jingxing)

In 1881, "Dragon," the first China-made locomotive, made its debut on the first railway of China -- Tangshan-Xugezhuang Tramway.

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2018-09-19

Tong Kwo On (Tong Kai-son, Tang Guo'an)

In March 1911, a Chinese diplomat hurried back from America to the call of the Qing government to prepare a new Office for Study in the United States in Beijing.

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2016-04-05

Cai Chang

Cai Chang (1877-1953) was born in Waisha Village of Tangjiawan Town.

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