Obituaries Related to "Yu" from New York Times Archive
CHEN-Yu Ching. Died November 17, 1998. Beloved husband of Hsi Sheng Yue; loving father of Patricia and Harry; devoted grandfather of eight. Respected scholar, journalist and political leader. Editor-in-chief of the Chinese Journal in New York City for many years. He served the government of Taiwan, Republic of China, with great skill and distinction, as Minister, Dept. of Overseas Affairs, Minister, Dept of Information, member of the UN delegation, and close advisor to the President of Taiwan. P ...
WANG-Fang Yu, Professor. On October 6, 1997, of Manhattan, formerly of Short Hills, NJ. Learned scholar with broadly recognized expertise transcending multiple fields of endeavor including teaching, art, and calligraphy. A prolific author and friend and mentor to many. He is survived by two sisters, Wang Shi Fen and Shih Hiang Chu, a daughter, Shan, and three sons, Shen, Lun, and Shao Fang, seven grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Viewing will take place at Frank Campbell Funeral Home at 10 ...
TUNG-Randolph Cheng-Yu. Of New Rochelle, NY. On July 12. Beloved husband of Suetse Li. Survived by his brothers Z.Y. of Brooklyn, W.Y. of Chicago, L.Y. of Queens, K.Y. of Oakland and sisters Angela Woo of South Bend, May Wong of San Francisco and Y.N. Lowe of Mountain View. Visitation at Bennett Funeral Home, 824 Scarsdale Ave., Scarsdale, NY, on Friday, July 20, 6-8 PM. Funeral service at Bennett on Saturday, July 21, at 11 AM. In lieu of flowers, donations to the American Heart Association.
DJU--Dr. Mei Yu, 96, died peacefully on June 4, 2003. Funeral service Saturday 11:00am Edwards - Dowdle Funeral Home, 64 Ashford Ave. (exit 17 Saw Mill) Dobbs Ferry, NY. Visiting 10-11am >>AD#
LIN--Edward Yu-Teh, former Vice-Chairman of the Fujian Benevolent Association and Executive Secretary of the Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association, interpreter and advocate for the Fujianese people for over 50 years, husband of the late HoChi (nee Huang), father of Nancy and grandfather of Carolyn and Lauren, passed away peacefully July 22 at nearly 100 years old. Born in 1904 in Fuzhou, China, he attended Tsing Hua College (Beijing), University of Chicago, and Princeton University (MA Eco ...
Dr. Tsai-Fan Yu helped explain a principal cause of gout and evaluated early drugs to treat the disease that are still in use.
Professor Yu’s four-volume tale of a monk and his entourage, including the Monkey King, is based on a work from 1592.
Mr. Yu’s poem “Nostalgia” symbolized the aching separation felt by a generation of homesick Chinese who lived in Taiwan.
In her fiction she depicted “the struggle of Chinese immigrants in American society” — not the “Oriental exoticism” preferred by many publishers in the ’60s.
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