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  • New Chiangwan home, 1 January 1937

    Heritage and Culture
    Photograph taken by Dr. Wu Lien-teh shows the many relatives who had come to greet each other on New Year's Day. Mrs. Wu is second from left. This photograph shows 12 persons, most of whom are relatives of Dr. Wu Lien-teh. It also includes a dog. Two of the children...
  • Father of Dr. Wu Lien-teh, Mr Ng Khee-hok, 1832-1916

    Heritage and Culture
    This photograph shows Dr. Wu Lien-teh's father, Mr. Ng Khee-Hok, dressed in Qing dynasty court official clothes. He is seated on a chair, next to a side table. There is a pot of plant as well as a teacup on the table. Below the table, on the floor, is a...
  • Dr. Wu Lien-teh with daughter Yu-lin, Shanghai, 1932

    Personalities · Heritage and Culture
    Wu Lien-teh with daughter Yu-lin, Shanghai, 1932. This photograph shows Dr. Wu Lien-teh with his daughter, Betty Yu-lin. A Penang-born physician, Dr. Wu is in a dark Chinese costume while Betty is in a traditional Chinese dress. A girl with short hair, Betty stands beside Dr. Wu who is sitting...
  • Dr. Wu Lien-teh & Mrs Wu on holiday in Japan, 1951

    Personalities · Heritage and Culture
    This photograph shows Dr. Wu Lien-teh with his second wife, Madam Marie Lee Suk Cheng. Taken during a holiday in Japan in 1951, Dr. Wu, a Penang-born physician, is in a suit while Mrs Wu is in a kimono. She is seated with Dr. Wu standing on her right. .Title...
  • Dr. Wu Lien-teh with his wife, 1947

    Heritage and Culture · Personalities
    This photograph shows Dr. Wu Lien-teh with his second wife, Marie Lee Sukcheng. A Penang-born physician, Dr. Wu is in a light-coloured suit while Marie is in a sleeveless top. This was taken in the outdoors in 1947. Title devised by Library staff.
  • Dr. Wu Lien-teh with daughter Yu-lin spending summer together in Peking, June 1930

    Personalities · Heritage and Culture
    This photograph shows Dr. Wu Lien-teh with his daughter, Betty Yu-lin in Peking. A Penang-born physician, Dr. Wu is in a light-coloured Chinese robe while Betty is in a Western attire. A girl with short hair, Betty sits on a bench with her father in a park. This was taken...
  • Dr. Wu Lien-teh's family

    Personalities · Heritage and Culture
    All five children received higher education. The three daughter's Yu-lin, Yu-chen and Yu-chu are educationists. The two sons, Chang-sheng and Chang-yun, are lawyer and dental surgeon respectively. Taken during Dr. Wu Lien-teh long vacation in Ipoh, 10th September 1949. This family photograph shows Dr. Wu Lien-teh and his second wife,...
  • Dr. Wu Lien-teh with his family, 12 Brewster Road, Ipoh

    Heritage and Culture · Personalities
    This photograph shows Dr. Wu Lien-teh (right) with son John Wu (far left), daughter Betty Wu (centre) and her husband (behind), Jack Tai. Betty Wu is carrying her daughter, Ai-Luen. This is taken at a corridor along 12 Brewster Road, Ipoh. Title devised by Library staff. 诊所对面回去怡保看父母.
  • Dr. Wu Lien-teh with his family, Ipoh, 1950

    Heritage and Culture · Personalities
    This photograph is a group photograph of Dr. Wu Lien-teh and his children from second marriage. Backrow left to right: Fred Wu Chang Sheng, and Tan Teik Kooi (Ellen Wu’s husband). Front row left to right: Ellen Wu Yu Chen, John Wu Chang Yun, Pearl Wu Yu Chu, Dr. Wu...
  • Dr. Wu Lien-teh with his sons Chang-keng and Chang-fu, Peking, circa 1916

    Personalities · Heritage and Culture
    This photograph shows Dr. Wu Lien-teh with his sons, Daven Chang-keng and Chang-fu. The Penang-born Dr. Wu is dressed in a suit and a hat. He is seated, flanked by his sons who are in identical military-inspired attire. Both boys are standing. This was taken in Peking. Title devised by...
  • Dr. Wu Lien-teh's mother, Madam Lam Choy-fan, 1844-1908

    Geography and Travels · Heritage and Culture
    This photograph shows a portrait of Madam Lam Choy-fan (1844-1908), mother of Dr. Wu Lien-teh, a Penang-born physician, Madam Lam is dressed in traditional Chinese clothes with embroidery. She is seated on a chair, next to a side table. There is a vase with flowers as well as a teacup...
  • Mrs Wu Lien-teh (Huang Shu-chiung)

    Geography and Travels
    This photograph shows Dr. Wu Lien-teh's first wife, Ruth Huang Shu-chiung (1883-1937) seated and reading a book. In the photograph Ruth is seated at a table on which a marble statuette of a lion is placed. This was taken around 1920 in Ruth's Peking home. Title devised by Library staff.
  • Mrs Wu Lien-teh (Marie) with her two sons

    Heritage and Culture
    Mrs Wu (second wife, Marie) with her two sons Chang-sheng (on her left) and Chang-yun (on her right). This shows a 1950 photograph mounted on a piece of cardboard. This photograph shows Dr. Wu Lien-teh's second wife, Marie Lee Suk Cheng, and their sons Fred Chang-sheng (right) and John Chang-yun...
  • Three generations of the Wu family in 1903, Penang

    Personalities · Heritage and Culture
    Young Dr. Wu Lien-teh (standing, back row, at extreme right) had just returned from England. All five sons were standing behind their parents, who were flanked by three male grandchildren. This photograph shows ten members of the family of Dr. Wu Lien-teh, a Penang-born physician. Except for Dr. Wu who...
  • Dr. Wu Lien-teh with Mrs Wu (Huang Shu-chiung) and their two sons, circa 1920

    Personalities · Heritage and Culture
    Photograph was taken outside the Quarantine Hospital, Newchwang. This photograph shows Dr. Wu Lien-teh, a Penang-born physician, with his first wife, Ruth Huang Shu-chiung and their two sons, Daven Chang-keng and Tommy Chang-fu. Both the boys are in traditional Chinese robes while Ruth is in a cheongsam. Dr. Wu is...
  • Dr. Wu Lien-teh with Mrs Wu Lien-teh, Marie

    Personalities · Heritage and Culture
    This is a photograph of a portrait of a Dr. Wu Lien-teh and his wife mounted on a piece of cardboard. In this half-length portrait of Dr. Wu and his second wife, Marie Lee Suk Cheng, a Penang-born physician, Dr. Wu is dressed in Western-style attire while Mrs. Wu wears...
  • Mrs Wu Lien-teh (Huang Shu-chiung) in Chinese opera costume, Peking

    Heritage and Culture
    This photograph shows Mrs. Wu Lien-teh (Huang Shu-chiung) as a young lady in Chinese opera costume. Her hair is parted in the centre. Posing for the camera she stands with her left hand on her rear. Her right hand is on a partially-drawn curtain behind which are wooden doors with...
  • Dr. Wu Lien-teh's father, Mr Ng Khee-hok, 1832-1916

    Heritage and Culture · Arts
    This photograph shows Dr. Wu Lien-teh's father, Mr. Ng Khee-Hok, dressed in Qing dynasty court official clothes. He is seated on a chair, next to a side table. There is a vase with flowers as well as a teacup on the table. Below the table, on the floor, is a...
  • Pearl on bike, 19??

    Geography and Travels
    This photograph shows Pearl Yu Chu, the youngest daughter of Dr. Wu Lien-teh, a Penang-born physician. The young lady is dressed in a sleeveless blouse and long pants. She is on a bicycle with her left leg on the ground and the other on a pedal. This was taken outside...
  • Wu Lien-teh and wife, photograph : back

    Personalities · Arts
    This image shows the back of the photograph of "Wu Lien-teh and wife". It has the text "Photo 1950", "7a" and "Not to be used" written on it in blue ink. The back also has a divided-back postcard-design with lines printed on it and the text "Leonar" printed at the...
  • Wu Lien-teh and wife, photograph : front

    Personalities · Arts
    This 1950 photograph shows the half-length portrait of Dr Wu Lien-teh (on the right) and his second wife, Marie Lee Suk Cheng (on the left). Dr Wu is dressed in Western-style attire. Mrs Wu wears her hair parted in the centre, and is dressed in a cheongsam with floral motifs....