Obituaries Related to "Chen" from New York Times Archive
A reform-minded intellectual, Mr. Chen, was accused by the government of fomenting the Tiananmen Square protests in 1989 and spent more than a decade in prison and under house arrest.
Mr. Chen, a close ally of Zhao Ziyang, sought to rally intellectuals and party moderates to support the student protests at Tiananmen Square.
Mr. Chen’s stance on the Tiananmen Square protests of 1989 earned him promotion from the Communist Party and scorn from its opponents.
DEAN--Andy Chen, M.D., Ph.D. We are deeply saddened by the passing of our dear friend and colleague Dr. Andy Chen Dean. Dr. Dean was director of the Epilepsy Monitoring Unit at NewYorkPresbyterian Hospital and assistant professor of neurology and neuroscience at Weill Cornell Medical College. He was also Physician Compliance Leader for the Department of Neurology and Neuroscience and an examiner for the American Board of Clinical Neurophysiology. An exceptional physicianscientist with special in ...
Karel Appel, 85, an internationally renowned Dutch painter whose impetuous, color-laden canvases were among the most vibrant hallmarks of the postwar European art movement known as Cobra, which he helped found, died on May 3 at his home in Zurich.
CHEN--Chi, internationally known watercolorist, died August 4, after a long and full life in both China and the USA. Chen Chi's interest in Western art began early and it became his life's work to bring together the sensibilities of the East and the West in his paintings. A poet and a philosopher as well as a painter, Chi's object was to bring the whole of his personality into his paintings, reflecting not only his visual interpretation but the entire range of his emotions, spirit and intellect. ...
Chen Yifei, Chinese painter and entrepreneur who was favorite of Chinese leaders and Western industrialists and amassed fortune selling his work in New York, dies at age 59; photo (M)
CHEN -- David T.Y. Died peacefully at home on November 27, 2004. He was 84. Born in Shanghai, China, he was a longtime resident of Great Neck, NY. He received his BA at Chien Tung University in Shanghai and his MBA at Wharton School of Business, University of Pennsylvania, in 1951. He is survived by his wife, Evelyn H. Chen, sons, Stephen and Timothy, and daughter, Esther. A memorial service will be held December 11 at 10:30 AM at the Community Church of Great Neck, 2 Stoner Ave., Great Neck, NY ...
CHEN--Ethel Ihming on October 30, 2004 at the age of 87. Born in China, the second daughter of the late Nationalist Chinese Ambassador, Chen Chieh. Educated in China and Europe, she accompanied her father on diplomatic missions in Germany, Mexico, Brazil and Argentina. Served as a French/Chinese translator at the United Nations in the 1940's. Joined E.F. Hutton in 1956 as a broker, followed by years at Hornblower Weeks - Hemphill, Noyes Shearson-Lehman and Prudential Bache. Retired in 1992. Surv ...
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