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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 June 1984

JUNE 1984 西南時報 Sou成Chinese Journal 亞美國家童良5亍 ASIAN AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK 本行自去年五月間開業以來,承象各界支持與愛護,業務蒸蒸日上,迄今資產 總額已逋一千萬元。本行為加強對顧客之服務,除原有各項業務外,另增設國外 部,期為促進國際賀易作更多之贡獻。茲驢列本行各項業務如下: ⑴營業部:⑹各種存款,利息優厚, 敬請比較。 (b)國内滙出入款。 ⑹申請發給信用卡 (VISA, MASTER CARD ) W保管箱狙赁費最低。 (e)各種g業資款、汽車賢 款、房地產貧款、私人 資款、樓宇改良資款等 (f)國内銀行託收事項。 ⑵國外部 ⑹開發信用狀 (b)出口押雅 (c)進出口融資 (d)國際滙出入款 (e) D/P及D/A託收 本行係聯邦政府存款保險公會會員, 每户有保險十萬元,職員精通國、粵 、台、四邑、越、英各種方言,誠懇 親切,服務顧客,收費低廉歡迎惠顧 營業時間 遇一至遇四上午九時一下午四時 遇五 上午九時一下午五時半 遇六 上午十4一下+二4 2020McKINNEY HOUSTON, TEXAS 77003 P. 0. BOX 18707 713-229-9111 FDIC PERSONAL PARTNERSHIP CORPORATION TAX ACCOUNTING PLANNING PREPARATION AUDIT REPRESENTATION 快捷 George M. Yeiler & Company Certified Public Accountants Office in Pasadena's InterFirst Bank Building 213 W. Southmore, Suite 407 - Pasadena, Texas 77502 475 • 0042 'mm TAKE OUT ORDERS 1980 S. POST OAK AVAILABLE HOUSTON, TEXAS 77056 AUTHENTIC "COUNTRY STYLE" TEL: 960-8000 HUNAN CUISINE 960-8001 Ul- I :

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 June 1984

10 ^ r£j ^ -in Southwest Chinese Journal JUNE 1984 Drs. Chao Ming and Dorothy Sung Un LMV5 JADE * ORIENTAL JEWELRY Til. 17 1 31 228 0489 2020 RUSK HOUSTON TEXAS hours: 11:GOl«to6:OOpm SSIz^l CLOSED ON TUESDAYS £ m s * *5 3* rs vm&m * llllllHlllHll||||lll||||||lli||||||ll|||||||ll||||||!l||||||lll||||||ll||||||ll||||||Hlllll sity Medical Center to associate with the Veterans Administration Hospital, was then transferred to the Houston Veterans Administration Hospital in January of this year. In the 10 years that Dorothy has lived in the States she has acquired double certification - is presently a member of the American Board of Radiology, as well as, a member of the American Board of Nuclear Medicine. Dorothy's reestablishment of her American citizen- ship resulted in her successful endeavor in husband Chao Ming's entrance to the United States to join her in 1978 Chao Ming studied to past ECFMG and FLEX examinations given routinely by the federal govern- ment for newly arrived f...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 June 1984

JUNE 1984 ^7 rfj fi t jfH Southwest Chinese Journal Page 11 A Principal's Remarks By Eltle Huang Elsie Huang is the principal of May do Creak Elemen- tary School In the Katy Independent School District. For many of us, parent-teacher organizations or groups bring visions of programs presented by child ren followed by small talk over coffee and cookies. That is, they bring such visions for those of us who have not been to a meetinq recently. Perhaps it is time for us to look again, not only to see what is happening in our district, but also to see what contribution we might make to improving education. Becoming involved in the parent-teacher organization at your child's school can result in several benefits. Involvement provides an opportunity to learn how your schools operate to learn what is being taught to your children, and to get acquainted with the profes sional educators who have the responsibility forteach ing your children. Parent-teacher organizations are engaged in address...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 June 1984

Page 12 ^7 r£j ^ $1 Southwest Chinese Journal JUNE 1984 By Beverly Jean Gor, MS., R.D. Waist-Watchers, Beware! Beverly Jean Gor is a registered dietitian now in private practice. It's almost summer time and with it comes swim suits, shorts, and sports and many people become concerned about their waistlines. It seems like every year we go through a winter hibernation that includes holidays full of good food and cold weather that keeps us indoors and we wind up with extra pounds. Perhaps you are one of the 50 to 80 million Americans who are overweight. This information may help you. It is notable that when we view pictures of Chinese people in their homeland that practically all of them are lean and in fact, having a paunch is considered a sign of wealth, but here in America, most of us fight the battle of the bulge because food is so abundant and affordable here and we don't have to work as hard for it. So what can we do about being overweight? Daily, consumers are bombarded with adv...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 June 1984

CHINESE BAPTIST CHURCH 900 Brogden, Houston, Texas 77024 New Schedule for Sunday Services: 9:30 • 10:30 AM Enghsh Service Chinese Sunday School 11 AM. - Noon English Sunday School Chinese Service 1:30-3 PM Chinese School 6:00 PM English Evening Service ALL ARE WELCOME! t午九時f.乍十時f:: 英語h午氓拜设矜巧消主丨丨巧1 上午-■!^一時卞卜二時. 英消主日學明h午泶邛聚食 下午一時半至三時-中文乎校 晚h六時- 前訓楝。 3夂魄舟隊去年六月在??港的比荇中,先 後咿敗了X7力雄呀的芙、英、澳、日、泰、馬 及斤港、| 、鬥,強隊,受到_内外人士的稱济 (中阀新fi'H社谘州五月一 一十四日m)在珠 江三角洲两江交流的三洪奇水遒上*每天有11 十四名C:民迎烈日冒風雨*駕一艘龍舟時而逆 流而上,時而顺流而下•,船上有節奏的鑼鼓费 和帮辦的木枪划水伢P給江面增添了歡樂的氣 妖o ;.1.;|记去年痄以杏港龍舟男子公開荇和國瞭 ^^^.■(.?芥‘^帘的顺德縣贽民龍舟隊在進行作 --• 月華酒家 YET WAH RESTAURANT 5627 BEECHNUT ( at Hillcroft) TEL: 981 0893 (Maplewood Mall) Open 7 days a week (Luncheon Special) Cuz-N-Laws Wholesale Cash & Carry Co. OPEN TO PUBLIC 簽if用具 零售枇拎 食品一律具淆 歡迎光颜比較 3510 Leeland at Scott Houston, Tx 77003 (713/ 236 8921 CUJNUWI lwuwT^ JUNE 1984 西南時 Southwest Chinese Journal 中 國 新 聞 0^ ^ . .. “ AT W. 爆 J! . _ 、丨.► > ;, 擎r ■ 主日取會時閏 曉士顿華人浸信會 中國銀行在日本獲得最高信 用等級 (中Si新聞社北京五月1...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 June 1984

冠軍隊合照 III 由左至右:牟丹尼, 余振舜君 為周麗嫻律師 競選法官 在五月廿五t] 苹辦算款 舞會掠影 左至右余茗灰夫人,周乾嫻律師,余I我茗及余板舜茗落力推钟P1)票 左至右安良工商會主席磾俗民君與本報卑幟作家杀苹英女士登記入門時合影 Page 14 西南時報 Southwest Chinese Journal JUNE 1984 華人保齡球團 金寶歡宴頒獎 【本報訊】六七十位華人保齡 球梢英於昨£月一 一十一 1H晚假 座金寳大酒樓舉行结束去年冬 季球國比赛,並頒發各項獎品 丨冠,亞、季隊,每位隊員均 i大金質獎章一座,谇他多 俩個别俺舆獎。新組之香港隊 與老肯隊rh決定性的M後!場 丨以二比一得勝,各位隊員獾 殿軍「馬尾獎」一枚,當該球 隊隊員上前領獎時,衆皆鼓嗲 哄堂,有些球員還大臀叫唤: 「這是馬屁股獎」•盡挪揄能 ¥>十分有趣,宴飲至十一時 許,有些球員技癢,聯快前往 球場洱作深夜讁興,常場並選 出今年冬季球s職員名單,球 赛將在九月間開始,參加球員 隨時可撥電話:七七四• 一〇 三三與主席埃德温伍聯络• ^ s i i 超級足球冠軍 明年在加州举行 【本報訊】國際足球聯盟的各 球隊所有人,於五月二十四日 rF.華盛頓舉行舍議,决定該聯 盟足球超級冠軍争奪赛• 一九 八七年在加州帕I!汀那市舉行 ,1九八八年在加州聖地牙哥 ft/舉行• 此次共有包括休士頓在内 的十四個城市,參加争取超级 冠軍赛在rt城市舉行,有此!:城 市史以提供M卨级的膳柄,戌 给付球隊所有人數lr-l萬美元爲 條件,闪爲冠軍争舞'«,將爲 舉行地城市帶來大W的遊客及 金錢’球赛所有人作經過一 一俩 時的,論,Ifl]以過凇数投 票通過在加州舉行• 一九八7r. 年及一九八六年將分别在帕勒 .爾特市及纽奧良市舉行• 長青新村驀備過程 將举行記者梠待會 【本锿訊】中華保饨中心籌it r長青新村」長浓公寓之資款 申請片業於上四月“-;十口遞送 美國房屋崚都市發展部,首期 籌備工作•暫告一段落• 該中心dllfl長茂新村工 作以來,闲书屬惠益我艮辈僑 胞,深受僑社報界及各界人十 熱烈支持及關懷,特於六月九 日M期六上午十時在中心舉行 記齐招待會向僑社各界報導該 中心成立三年來舍柊怙况及興 建「長青新村」择黹公寓簿滿 經過及進度,並公佈該新村捐 款及財務狀况•該新村現仍抬 ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 June 1984

中國城好舖位出租 SONNY WOO of . GEORGE W JONES, INC. Announces that they have several CHINATOWN properties for Lease. They range from 3,500 sq. ft. of improved sub-lease space up to 40,000 sq. ft. of improved lease space. Please call — (713) 961-4131 ONE DAY SERVICE FOR RUSH ORDtR A當Fi訂購A當日送货A 專門供應畢人爸館各種外贪纸盒、紙具、紙杯、紙巾芩 電話訂貨•專人送達價錢公道•歡迎比較各類紙具•一應倶全 Tel: (713) 991-2754 7905 Almeda-Genoa Road, Suite F Houstoji, Texas 77075 歡迎批發及本 達利紙料公 琴- _ ■ m w 9 i__ CHIEF CANDY CO AJ9.55S6 JUNE 1984 西南時報 Southwegt Chinete Journal 服務週到 享利羅巴市琪 送貨快捷 r舞台姐妹」是f部描寫 餌中國绍興戲藝人生雁的影片 .由三個女藝人的形象叙述出 了在花花世界的上海戲曲藝人 的遭遇扣歸宿, 名導演謝晋和蝻受觀衆愛 敝的演員謝芳,上宵氓珠成功 的合作,完成了這部高#術水 平的作品•這樣一部好m影,, 在-九六四年春II没拍描完舉 就被判了死刑,十年文化大笮 命中被识點批判•影片中飾商 水花的V1-名演員上'rr'i-珠(一 江春水向東流中飾演衣ill巧) 麽逍迫卞::致死•所笮i'tIT•的鈣 術培扼殺不了的.常歷史的嗶 埃被沫去後,r舞台姐妹」這 顆藝術明珠放射出筏光異彩• 1九七八年,r舞台姐妹」在 全中國h映後,人們,相_?小 ,映出盛况歷久不褎•這!屯 货本^就是對:舞f-w味」化 IU 4 仝-p fi 愛好农演藝術的觀衆千萬 别鍩過了欣赏此片的機舍。W 時請由萊斯大舉第七號大門( University Street )入口 傳播 中心停車場就在入口處的ri邊 周麗儀選美成功 元奪魁之帘,該公所同人齊於 昨fi"•月一 一十n (単期日 > 下午 1 j時至•/!.時,在華園洒家...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 June 1984

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 July 1984

Southwest Chinese Journal THE VOICE OF THE CHINESE AMERICAN COMMUNITY VOL. 9, NO. 7 P.O.BOX 18603 ft & fll it HOUSTON, TEXAS 77223 JULY 1984 7 Vie for CACA Honors July 29: Chinatown Houston Pageant Photography by ALV1N WONG GEE 88 i Ml CAROL JOE sm I ;l:;: m CHRISTINA FANG CYBELE WOON GRACE KOO EVA LUE By June Dove Leong I Coordinating the annual Miss Chinatown Houston pageant and dinner-dance, scheduled for July 29at the Shamrock Hilton Hotel and sponsored by the Chinese American Citizens Alliance. Houston Lodge, CACA President Jane Eng Gee has announced seven lovely candidates Ticket sales are going at a rapid pace, but may still be obtained by calling her at 668-1572, or Bill Woo at 229-9111 This gala attraction is provided for only $25, and the evening will feature the following beauties Carol Joe, 5'7" and 125 pounds, is a graduate of Westbury High School and an accounting major at Houston Baptist University ;£• m K ■% A 1 George W. Jones Inc. ^ Sonny Woo 961-4131 Specializ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 July 1984

Page 2 r£j A# Southwest Chinese Journal JULY 1984 COMING EVENTS MISSISSIPPI TRIANGLE, Filmmaker Choy Come to Houston July 27 Asian American film director Christine Choy will appear at the Brown Auditorium, Museum of Fine Arts, 1001 Bissonnet, for the July 27. 8 p.m. Houston pre- miere of MISSISSIPPI TRIANGLE. The 1983 110-minute color documentary film records the difficult, often heroic experiences of the 100-year-old Chinese community in the Mississippi Delta Excluded by whites upon their arrival following the Civil War, the Chinese developed an economic relationship with blacks essential to both sides As depicted in the film, the consequences of the longterm symbiosis between Chinese grocers and black tenant farmers continue to haunt the Delta Through rare historical footage, personal interviews (the Journal has learned from Museum of Fine Arts Film Director Ralph McKay that several Houstonians. CACA Picnic at Hermann Park Tickets to the August 12 annual Chinese American Citizens ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 July 1984

JULY 1984 & r£) ^ ^|1 Southwest Chinese Journal P age 3 Don't Rush to the Immigration Service Yet By Gordon Quan As many of you may know, the United States House of Representatives has spent the past two weeks in intensive debate concerning the new immigration act known as the Simpson-Mazzoli Bill. While we have all read that amnesty has been approved by the House for people in the United States before January 1, 1982, don't rush down to the Immigration Service thinking your "Green Card" is waiting to be picked up. While the recent actions by the House of Represen- tatives are significant, this is only one step in a legisla- tive process that still will require extensive politicking before a final bill is presented to the President. Because there is a great deal of difference between the House and Senate version of the Bill which was approved over a year ago, the Bill will need to go to a conference committee to iron out the differences. A compromise bill will then need to be pr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 July 1984

Page 4 r^| 4PL Southwest Chinese Journal JULY 1984 COMMUNITY NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Chan's grandchildren, Kelly 11 years and Steffany 7 years (daughters of the Chans' daughter Candy), won in dance competition and will participate in opening ceremonies of the Olympics which is expected to be televised nationwide. A Covered Wagon theme will prevail, and the girls' cos- tumes have been kept a secret, even to parents, until the day of the program. Kelly and Steffany are the only Chinese in the group of 40 selected for this coveted honor The Consulate General ®f the People's Republic of China in Houston hosted a June 28 reception at the Consulate to introduce Consul General Tang Xingbo and to say good-bye to .departing Deputy Consul Gen- eral Chen Bingren. Left to right: New Houston Chinese Consul General Tang, Journal contributor William Der Bing, Sr. and Deputy Con- sul General Chen. Visiting Houston recently was Pamela Chan Altizer of Dallas. Pamela is the daughter of Houston re...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 July 1984

JULY 1984 vSj B't & Southwest Chinese Journal Page 5 - «- - — Wallace Gee Endowment Established A native ot New Orleans Wallace C D Gee resided in Houston lor 42 years where he was a rea/ es/a/e appraiser and consultant He made a lasting impression in many civic areas through his leadership role in the Chinese community and served as a director lor several financial institutions By Allan Gor A June 19 reception to mark the dedication of the Wallace C D Gee Endowment took place in the George R Brown Room of the M.D Anderson Library, University of Houston Library officials, Gee Family members and Wallace Gee's friends, including Frank Puckett. Judge Bill Elliott and former City Councilman Johnny Goyen, joined together in formally dedicating the Endowment and celebrating the living legacy of Wallace Gee When Wallace Gee passed away in April of 1983, his many bereaved friends, recognizing their great per- sonal loss and the loss to the community he served so long and so well, asked ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 July 1984

Page 6 ^ i^] "t JH Southwest Chinese Journal JULY 1984 Marilyn Hsu, 1983 Miss Chinatown Houston By Sandra Wong DerBing On July 29th, Marilyn Hsu's reign as Miss Chinatown Houston 1983 will come to a close. Tennessee-born, Marilyn decided to enter the beauty pageant last year to gain confidence in herself and to help overcome her shyness. Now, almost one year later, Marilyn reflects on the experiences, education and opportunities that the title has allowed her to be an active part of. "The title has opened up a lot of opportunities to meet a lot of people. I have made many new friends. Since I represented Houston Chinatown, there was a lot of socialization and meeting many people This has given me a chance to open up. I am quiet by nature, and through my social engagements during the past year, I now know how to deal and talk to people, and feel more at ease with them," shares Marilyn. Her official duties have included attending social events, dinners, judging other beauty pageants a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 July 1984

JULY 1984 ^ ^ ^ Southwest Chinese Journal Page 7 China, Taiwan Wooing Overseas Chinese By Michael Parks Peking — When Mildred Hsu left Peking in 1948, she was a schoolgirl of 8 and her parents, Nationalist government officials, were fleeing the advancing Com- jriunist armies that they were sure would kill them all. When she returned last month for the first time, she was an invited guest, lecturing on her specialty as a science librarian. "To come back was a real spiritual odyssey for me," Hsu said before returning home to Boston. "I had grown up in a very anti-Communist family in a very anti-Communist atmosphere on Taiwan, and to this day I think that communism is, well, an inhuman and evil system. But I wanted desperately to see China, to see where I came from and to see what is still my cultural homeland." Hsu is more than another Chinese-American discov- ering her "roots." She became a convert, not to com- munism but to the conviction that China — the Communist-controlled Chines...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 July 1984

Pt<e I) if Southwest Chinese Journal JULY 1984 Bill O.Y. Ong (1917-1984) Bill O. Y. Ong was born in Hoy Ping, Canton, China on June 23, 1917. He came to the United States at age 13 and lived in Waco, Texas, where he received his education. As a bright and intelligent youth, he quickly learned to speak flawless English and acquired the American customs while working at various jobs to support himself. In 1937, he returned to Hong Kong, China to marry Jew Fon Ong. The following year, he returned to the states to learn the grocery trade at Wing Chong Food Market in Houston, while Mrs. Ong remained in Hong Kong. During the war years, Bill joined the armed services and left Houston in 1943. After 6 months under the command of General Douglas MacArthur, he went to China for the U.S. War Department under the Civil Service He received the Asiatic Pacific Theater Rib- bon, the WW II Victory Medal, and the Good Conduct Medal and was honorably discharged in 1946. Bill and his wife settled i...

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Publication Title: Southwest Chinese Journal
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 July 1984

Page 10 Message to Chinese Restaurant Owners By Beverly Jean Gor, MS., R.D. Beverly J Ban Gor is a registered dietitian now in private practice. Eating out is becoming more and more popular. More women are working and have less time to cook. Americans have more money to spend and this all adds up to going out to eat more often. Chinese food seems to be growing in popularity also. It has a reputation for being lower in calories, tasty, and different, yet not too different from American food. The smart Chinese restaurant owner will pick up profits if he or she realizes the public's increased inter- est in nutrition and fitness by offering a menu that suits the lifestyle of health-conscious Americans. Here are some tips that can attract more customers to your restaurant: 1) Omit MSG from your recipes. Monosodium glu- tamate also known as "Accent" is a flavor enhancer. It adds no flavor of its own but makes the taste buds more receptive to foods. However, it is a source of sodium which ...

Publication Title: Southwest Chinese Journal
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 July 1984

JULY 1984 r^J flf Southwest Chinese Journal Page It Pro-Houston's Dana Wong By Allan Gor PRO-HOUSTON, a nonprofit organization estab- lished to help promote the positive aspects of Houston, has furthered that goal immeasurably with its recent June appointment of Dana Wong as assistant director Dana Wong, the daughter of Taylor and Maryann Wong, is a native Houstonian who is positively ertiphatic in her enthusiasm for her hometown A 1983 marketing graduate of the University of Houston, she is a member of the American Marketing Association and Pi Sigma Epsilon, a professional fraternity for sales and marketing majors. Wnile the Journal has thus far this year supported the Pro-Houston campaign through its frequent men- tions of its aims and by the sponsorship of the essay contest on Houston's Chinese Americans We've Got Wnat It Takes'," Dana feels that many Houston resi- dents still need to be reached by Pro-Houston's mis- sion (1) to inform the public of the good things going on in Ho...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Southwest Chinese Journal — 1 July 1984

Page 12 4(1 Southwest Chinese Journal JULY 1984 Dr. Frank J. Liu By June Dove Leong One of the greatest compliments accorded to one in the medical profession occurs when a respected physi- cian is extended an invitation to speak at a national or an international convocation. This honor was presented to Dr. Frank J. Liu, not once, but twice, thus far, this year. Scheduled for July 31st, is Dr. Liu's speaking engagement before the national meeting of the American Association for Chemical Engineers, which will be followed by his address to the International Society of Preventive Oncology in November in Vienna It was this May 1984 that he spoke before the membership of the Texas Medical Association at their 17th Annual Convention in Fort Worth. It all began on January 1st, 1939, a birthdate no one forgets, but everyone celebrates in effervescent joy each and every year. In 1964 at the School of Medicine at Kaohsing Medi- cal College, he ranked third in a class of 55 graduates. Upon grad...

Publication Title: Southwest Chinese Journal
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