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Allan Eng-Achson

Allan Eng-achson

Queens, New York

Allan Eng-Achson’s Timeless Gift To Past, Present and Future Generations Every building and every structure tells a story. Some of these stories invoke the noblestRead More

Don Yick Chin

Don Yick Chin

Trumbull, CT

Don Yick Chin, born in 1927, is my eldest brother. He was born in The Village of the Floating Moon in Toisan, China. The VillageRead More

Corky Lee

Corky Lee

New York, NY

CORKY Lee is a second-generation Chinese American. He grew up in the borough of Queens, New York where his father was a welder turned laundrymanRead More

Cheng Ti Sui

Gina Cheng

Philadelphia, PA

MY Grandfather (Cheng Ti Sui) Was one Of The First Chinese to Arrive in the United States he worked on the merchant ships as aRead More

Tong Chee Lee

Tong Chee Lee

Brooklyn, NY

THAT'S MY FATHER Tong Chee Lee (1916-1972) ON THE LEFT. Don’t know date of picture, how old he was or if he even how toRead More

Xu Wei

Xu Wei

Philadelphia, PA

As many Chinese of my generation, i came to u.s. for graduate school in 2007. after obtaining a phd in computer science from New yorkRead More

Milton Fong

Milton Fong

New York City, NY

My Father and mother came to this country to find Freedom, opportunity and sustenance. leaving a place in China where there was little opportunity then,Read More

Ven Tow Lee

VEN TOW Lee

Seattle, WA

Ven Tow Lee was born in hunan province to general li moan and his wife mary in 1935. they emigrated to argentina, where ven attendedRead More

Susan L. Yung

Susan L. Yung

Portland, OR & New York, NY

A modern exclusion video of "Once upon a time, we were warriors ... "https://youtu.be/bD9pKuoiQws >> Back to Many FacesRead More

Joe Chan

Joe Chan

Chinatown, New York

I am the son of “Paper sons,” born in British Hong Kong to a Chinese-Australian father and to a ToiShan-Cantonese mother. I never metRead More

CheHo Lam

CheHo Lam

New York, NY

Born and raised in Hong Kong, CheHo first moved to the US in 2009 to puruse tertiary education as a music student. In 2013, HeRead More

Gan Hong Ng

Gan Hong NG

New York, New York

Gan Hong Ng was born in China in 1910. His first visit to America was in 1920 at the age of 10 on Jul 3,Read More

Heng Fong Joe

Heng Fong Joe

Augusta, GA

My Chinese-American heritage stretches back much farther than most, dating back to the turn of the 20th century. My Great Grandfather, Heng Fong Joe (transliterated fromRead More

Chan Yuen Yee

Yuen Yee Chan/Chen

California & Texas

My grandfather, Chan Yuen Yee (1859-1944), came to the United States in 1880 when discrimination against the Chinese was very strong. He lived through theRead More

Yat Lim

Yat Lim

Silver City, NM

MY GRANDFATHER YAT LIM (CHARLIE MAH) LEFT HIS WIFE AND FOUR CHILDREN BEHIND WHEN HE EMIGRATED FROM CHINA TO SILVER CITY, NEW MEXICO IN 1938Read More

Tom Hom

Tom Hom

San Diego, CA

Tom Hom, a second generation Chinese-American, was born in San Diego in 1927, year of the Rabbit. Throughout his life, he helped transform San DiegoRead More

Danny Chen

Danny Chen

Long Branch, NJ

“At the end of the day, it’s about principal. It’s about character. It’s about living an honorable life.” These were the words of my father,Read More

Ken Shung

Ken Shung

New York City / Long Island

My story is one of growing up with a father that tried his best to assimilate into american culture but was a living CONTRADICTIONRead More

Dong Tsuey Oy Lee (Chin)

Dong Tsuey Oy Lee (Chin)

New York, NY

My Mother, Dong Tsuey Oy Lee (Chin) 11/30/10 - 08/16/05 My dad, Jung Lim Lee (Chin), died when I was 8 yrs. old,Read More

Man Bun Lee

Man Bun (MB) Lee

New York City

My dad (with eyeglasses on the left) was not a boxing fan, but he greatly admired Mohammed Ali because of Ali’s personal courage in standingRead More

Jung Lim Lee (Chin)

Jung Lim Lee (Chin)

New York, NY

By Helen Lee (Chin) Weinberg My Father, Jung Lim Lee (Chin) 10/01/13 - 01/24/59 My father immigrated to America in 1932 as a young manRead More

Suzanne Chin Eng

Suzanne Chin Eng

NYC / Paterson & Edison, NJ

As a child born to Chinese Immigrant parents, and whose grandparents made it to America despite the Exclusion Act. I am proud to be partRead More

Moy Lee

Moy Lee

Brooklyn, NY / Miami & Ft. Lauderdale, FL

My grandmother, Moy Lee name given at birth was Ming Q. Wong, her paper name was Ngun Moy Hum born 1916, in Kongmoon, (Jiangmen)Read More

Alice Jeung Shih

Alice Shih

Daly City, CA

Alice Jeung Shih was born and raised in san francisco, ca. her father's family was from pacific grove, ca, one of the 19 originalRead More

Frank Pao-Hu Shih

Frank Pao-Hu Shih

Daly City, CA

Shih pao-hu (chosen american name "frank") arrived on U.S. shores in 1945 and went to work as a journalist covering the war. the chineseRead More

Patricia Shih

Patricia Shih

Huntington, NY

I have been a full-time professional singer-songwriter for almost my entire life (since age 15). Having grown up in Bowie, md in an almostRead More

Jack Fei

Jack Fei

ST Paul, MN

Jack Fei, named after my grandfather, was born in Seattle, Washington in 1949. If you type ‘Jack Fei’ in a Google search, you willRead More

Lillie Lee Hong

Lillie Lee Hong

St. Louis, MO

Lillie Lee Hong, a.k.a. - Grandma Hong January 3, 1919 – October 19, 2012 St. Louis, MO (PHOTO: Grandma Hong at the age 93, always smiling andRead More

Gordon Gee Hung Wu

Gordon (Gee Hung) Wu

New York City

Gordon Gee Hung Wu was born on July 30th, 1904 in Song Chau Village, Toisan district, China. He was the second of four sons andRead More

Thomas Wong

Thomas Wong

New York City

Thomas Wong (aka Wong Wei-Tow) was born in 1913 in Wu-Shek village, Toisan district, China. He is the son of Wong Lai-Sheng, who immigrated toRead More

Helen Wong

Helen Wong

New York City

Helen Wong (nee Chin Fong-Har) was born in 1923 in Pon-Tong village, Toisan district, China. She is the daughter of Chin Sing-Toy and granddaughter ofRead More

Henry Chu

Henry Chu

Long Island City, New York

This is my great uncle Henry. He left china in the late 1920s after his first wife died, and left his young daughter with hisRead More

Kwei-Lin Lum

Kwei-lin Lum

Los angeles, CA & Honolulu, HI

I was born in Honolulu Hawaii in 1950. I have a small story to tell, but it’s part of a large history. As a child IRead More

Donna Kay Lau

Kay Lau Donna

California

I have such a beautiful and rich Chinese culture running through my blood. I am the youngest of 5 children. My Grandfather my Mother's FatherRead More

Tuck Young

Tuck Young

Helena, AR

One of only two Mississippi River Delta Chinese classified as KIA during WWII, Tuck volunteered to serve his country despite the gross discrimination and injusticesRead More

Stephen Young

Stephen Young

West Memphis, AR / Memphis, TN / Princeton, NJ / New York, NY

I have visited the New-York Historical Society several times and was excited to hear about the Chinese-American exhibit that is currently on display. Even thoughRead More

Shirley Young

Shirley Young

New York

Shirley Young is President of Shirley Young Associates, LLC, a business advisory company, and serves as senior adviser to General Motors Asia Pacific. From 1988-2000Read More

Joyce Shing

Joyce Shing

Brooklyn, NY

I am the 4th child of 5 and the first american born child of a chinese immigrant family. i was born in 1957 and growingRead More

Gene Chin

Gene Chin

Bayville, New York

Gene is a first generation immigrant born in a southern China village of Miaobian, in the county district of Taishan. He came to America aloneRead More

King Lin Huie

KING LIN HUIE

QUEENS NY

Despite the efforts of my father I was never truly proud to be Chinese until the mid-80's when they started showing Kung Fu movies onRead More

Ruiguang Zhang

Ruiguang Zhang

Florida

Prior to migrating to America, Zhang had lived in Shanghai, China. At the outset of the social upheaval, her father, Shuyi Zhang, was jailed dueRead More

Lisa Liu

Lisa Liu

Brooklyn, NY

I'm a first generation chinese american. I grew up in Southern california, but moved to NYC after college to pursue a life in the arts.Read More

Silvia Wong Lewis

Sylvia Wong Lewis

New York, New York

My mother's Chinese-Caribbean ancestors were indentured workers in Trinidad and Guyana, They were called 'coolies.' I lived with My Chinese grandmother in Chinatown during schoolRead More

Tiffany Teng

Tiffany Teng

New York, NY

I am a second-generation Asian-American, first-generation college student. My mother was born in Taiwan, and my father was born in Myanmar. Both immigrated to AmericaRead More

Katherine Wu

Katherine Wu

New York, NY

I was born in San Francisco, California, but I moved back to China with my parents when I was only one years old and grewRead More

Wilem Wong

Wilem Wong

New York, NY

Wilem Wong believes that there is no refund for your life. You have to make your admission ticket count.He was born and raised in NewRead More

Leong Ying

Leong Ying

Hoboken, NJ

Nuclear physicist with profound discoveries that will bring a renaissance in science based around a "yin-yang" twin universe existence that explains many of the cosmicRead More

Susan Lim Wong

Susan Lim Wong

Alameda, CA

My mother, Susan Lim Wong, was born in Oakland, CA. My grandfather was already living in Oakland and he was trying to bring his wifeRead More

Yun Hong

Yun Hong

Miami, FL

YUN HONG, MY FATHER, GREW UP IN OCCUPIED CHINA AND EMIGRATED TO THE UNITED STATES ALONE AT THE AGE OF THIRTEEN IN 1949. IN ORDERRead More

Renouard Gee

Renouard Gee

Houston, TX

My stoic & PROUD FATHER, david (Sep Yeul) Gee, came to America in 1929 from Taishan, Guangdong. Due to the Exclusion Act, many Chinese inRead More

Cindy Moore

Cindy Moore

Plainview, NY

I'm part of the first Generation of American born Chinese in my family - both of my parents immigrated from China when they were younger.Read More

Vivian Huang

Vivian Huang

New York, NY

I Am A Chinese American Physician living in New York City. In 2013, I worked with Doctors without Borders and went on a Medical missionRead More

Fay Chee Seto

Fay Chee Seto

New York, NY

I was the first U.S. born daughter of 57 year old Kai Yip Seto. He had two chinese wives living in his Ancestral village ofRead More

I. Yosun Chang

I. Yosun Chang

San Francisco, CA

I. Yosun Chang is a creative hacker - a software developer and entrepreneur who specializes in 3D augmented reality, virtual reality, and rapidly prototyping “coolRead More

Jean Lau Chin

Jean lau Chin

New York, NY

Chin, J. L. (2005) Learning from My Mother’s Voice: Family Legend and the Chinese American Experience. New York, NY: TC Press an oral history about theRead More

Hon Lee

Hon Lee

New York, NY

I was born in New York City, went to college in Oklahoma, and was a combat Marine in Vietnam. After active duty, I became aRead More

Anthony Oertel

Anthony Oertel

CA

I created these webpages based on habeas corpus cases in the Ninth district court of san francisco for the period form 1882 to 1892. http://www.frederickbee.com/ahoie.html -Read More

Shuck Ngew Tom

Shuck Ngew Tom

Forest Hills, NY

The Tom Family realized the importance of preserving family legacy and understanding the history and struggles of early Chinese immigrants in the United States. AfterRead More

Joyce Chan

Joyce Chan

Queens, NY

Do you Sleep with a Brick on your Nose?! Was what my brother's friend in the 5th grade asked me on the school bus oneRead More

Cheng Huan-Chen

Huan-Chen Cheng

New York, NY

Dr. Cheng huan-chen died last year after an epic 91 years. His improbable life began the winter of 1922 in frigid northern manchuria where heRead More

Stephanie Hon

Stephanie Hon

Brooklyn, NY

Growing up as a Chinese-American could best be described as a struggle, an identity crisis. As an adolescent, “Americanized” was synonymous to status. First toRead More

Leighton Mark

Leighton Mark

New York, NY

Story is about my parents, who came to this country from china before wwii, and our family. my Father joined the army during wwii toRead More

Neenah Chapman

Neenah Chapman

Baldwinsville, NY

Neenah was my great grandmother. She was born in Shanghai to George Hamill (an engineer dredging the bay of Shanghai) and Lao Tai. SheRead More

Calamity Chang

Calamity Chang

New York, NY

I am a chinese american burlesque performer based in nyc. I think burlesque is a woman positive artform with a long history in america, butRead More

Jeu Foon

Jeu Foon

Forrest City, AR

Helena, Arkansas: circa 1950 - 2008. There were two deaths in Helena, Arkansas which are part of me and which reflect a slice of American history.Read More

Jeu Foon

Jeu Foon

Forrest City, AR

Fallout Shelters 1969-70 By Jeu Foon Preface While net surfing in November, 2002, I stumbled onto a site describing a course on fallout shelters given by Professor J. EdwinRead More

Ying-Chun Tan

Ying-Chun Tan

Queens, NY

This photo was taken in New York around 1959. Four years later, my father Ying-chun Tan wanted to live in Chinatown, close to the ChineseRead More

Elim Mak

Elim Mak

New York, NY

I am a Chinese Canadian American artist and art therapist living and working in New York City. In my generation, pursuing anything related to artRead More

Ruo Huang

Ruo Huang

New York, NY

Awarded First Prize by the Luxembourg International Composition Prize, Huang Ruo has been cited by the New Yorker as "one of the world's leading youngRead More

Want Liang

Want Liang

New York, NY

Liang Wang joined the New York Philharmonic in September 2006 as Principal Oboe. Previously, he was principal oboe of the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra (2005–06), andRead More

Eric Shih

Eric Shih

Brooklyn, NY

first-generation chinese/taiwanese-american born to IMMIGRANT parents in boston, ma. moved to ohio at one. then settled in a predominantly white town in nj at two. moved to nycRead More

Chien Chung (DIDI) Pei

Chien Chung (DIDI) Pei

New York, NY

Chien Chung (Didi) Pei earned a Bachelor of Arts cum laude in Physics from Harvard College in 1968 and graduated in 1972 from Harvard’s Graduate SchoolRead More

Betty C. Jung

Betty C. Jung

Guilford, CT

my parents came to the us from the canton (quandong) province before the communists took over the country. while my parents and grandfathers all ownedRead More

Rose Wu

Rose Wu

San Antonio, TX

Rose wu, born in tuscon, was 28 when she testified in Austin, texas to defeat a proposed state law forbidding chinese americans from owning propertyRead More

Michael Bow Lau Ma

Michael Bow Lau Ma

Los Angeles, CA

Ma Chi-Sang was born in Shar Chung Village in Chung-Shan County in December of 1916. Ma Chi-Sang’s father was one of the first Chinese toRead More

Hsueh-Tung Chen

Hsueh-Tung Chen

New York, NY

In 1970 I arrived in New York from Taipei with $40 and a suitcase. Several of my friends and I shared an apartment in theRead More

Ching ho Cheng

Ching ho Cheng

New York, NY

Ching ho Cheng has the distinction of being the first contemporary Chinese-American artist to be recognized in America, says Ronald Kuchta, former Everson Museum director.Read More

Tian Hao Jiang

Tian Hao Jiang

New York, NY

Hao Jiang Tian (田浩江), born in Beijing and landed in New York to attend graduate school in 1983, has sung over 1300 performances of 40Read More

Kai Hem Lee

Kai Hem Lee

New York, NY

Although this is only one part of our family history, it is important to me that I share this experience. My father, Kai Hem Lee,Read More

Susie, Chung-Ying Li

Susie, Chung-Ying Li

New York, NY

This Side of Paradise – An Immigrant’s StoryThis is a life well-lived, perfectly fine, Undistinguished to others, content within herself. For an average person with average talent, above-averageRead More

Karen Young Ford

Karen Young Ford

Arlington, VA

I am a 3rd generation Chinese/american. I make functional porcelain/ glass tableware. I grew up in Huntington, NY one of the only chinese families inRead More

Jacky Tran

Jacky Tran

Brooklyn, NY

I was the first us-born child of my sino-vietnamese father and vietnamese mother. We lived in the Bay Area - a region with a well-deservedRead More

Park Jing Wong

Park Jing Wong

New York, NY

PARK JING WONG lived between APRIL 26, 1934 and July 14, 2014. He was born and raised IN a village of TAISHAN, A CITY INRead More

Alice Young

Alice Young

Washington, DC

Lawyer, Independent Director, Advisor, Public Service Advocate and mother- Alice Young has many different roles in her life. Born in Washington, D.C. of Chinese diplomatRead More

Michael Kan

Michael Kan

Detroit, MI

Isn't it strange that Michael Kan, a Chinese-American should have appeared in a Detroit publication photographed with one of the most famous and outstanding piecesRead More

Aimee Li

Aimee Li

New York, NY

1983 Colors of GuangzhouIt is 1983. The air hangs as heavy as ripe red fruit does off the colonies of banyan trees. My mother is a small blossom, pink andRead More

Lisa Dare

Lisa Dare

Los Angeles, CA

I am an artist, scholar, curator and filmmaker. I was the first person allowed to major in film at the university of California, Berkeley, andRead More

Margaret Lu

Margaret Lu

Seattle, WA

My name is Margaret Lu. I was born in Shanghai on the eve of the Communist take-over of the city. Under the influence and tutorageRead More

Jerry Zhu

Jerry Zhu

Seattle, WA

Jerry Zhu, born and raised in Shanghai, China, studied law at the Law Research Institute of the Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences. He emigrated toRead More

Gin Shue

Gin Shue

Tucson, AZ

In 1922, when he was 17 years old, Gin Shue inherited $2,000 from his paper father. A year later he used this money to openRead More

John Young

John Young

Livingston, NJ

John Young was born Yang Jue Yong in Tianjin, China in 1920. However, he spent much of his youth in Japan, where his father wasRead More

Victor Tam

Victor Tam

California

Exectly 40 years ago, we made the big decisionto left our birth mother(China) and came to our forest mother(United State) with our 2 young kids.theRead More

Christine Chen

Christine Chen

New York, NY

A Lifetime of Storytelling and Finding My Chinese Self Through Yoga By Christine Chen Each year I vow to relearn the Mandarin I spoke in my childhood,Read More

Darian Li

Darian Li

Albuquerque, NM

My name is Darian. I speak a little bit of Chinese. I speak a little of English, and a little of sign language. And IRead More

Hong Dai Chin

Hong Dai Chin

California

Chin Hong dai (aka chin lung) was 18 years old when he immigrated to the u.s. in 1881, one year before the Chinese exclusion actRead More

Gregory Kan

Gregory Kan

New York, NY

During the late 1970’s on the Upper West Side, the further you got away from Central Park the more it became like the Wild WildRead More

Shana H. Fung

Shana H. Fung

New York, NY

Growing up in the Bay Area, I never experienced any internal or external conflict about being Chinese-American. I simply was. It was only after leavingRead More

Sandi Pei

Sandi Pei

New York, NY

Sandi Pei, son of world famous architect I.M. Pei, continues the tradition of finely crafted architecture and spirited public spaces. As his father emigrated fromRead More

Melissa Huang

Melissa Huang

Rochester, NY

I was born near Chicago in 1992. I'm half Chinese on my father's side, with a white English mother. All of my life I knewRead More

Dian Dong

Dian Dong

New York, NY

My paternal great grandfather was a merchant and arrived in America from Taishan, China, around 1880. Due to exclusion laws, the Chinese in America atRead More

Brian Chui

Brian Chui

Brooklyn, NY

Having grown up and had worked professionally in hong kong prior coming to the states, one hard lesson i had to learn in a hardRead More

Nina Kuo

Nina Kuo

New York, NY

Being Middle class, american -chinese or CHINESE- AMERICAN -sometimes confusing to others but not to most ABC (american born chinese) we are taught to beRead More

Diane Wu Johnson

Diane Wu Johnson

New York, NY

On St. Patrick's Day we were supposed to wear green in my first grade class. I was the only Chinese student. I wore red. TheRead More

Peter Koo

Peter Koo

Flushing, NY

Council Member Peter Koo was elected to the New York City Council in November 2009. peter immigrated to America from Hong Kong in 1971. whenRead More

Anna Sui

Anna Sui

New York, NY

Anna Sui’s Favorite Things: Favorite Rock Personalities: Keith Richards, Johnny Thunders, Jack White, Jimmy Page, Bob Dylan Favorite Current band: Black Keys, Dillon, The Cults, The Like,Read More

Rita Tam

Rita Tam

Millbrae, CA

My mom and dad escaped china together during the cultural revolution at the end of the 1960s with the ultimate goal of coming to theRead More

Emperatriz Ung

Emperatriz Ung

Riverside, CA

My name is Emperatriz Ung. My Chinese name is 吴帝莲. I am half Colombian, half Chinese. I speak fluent Spanish. My Mandarin is mediocre atRead More

Mitchel Wu

Mitchel Wu

Queens, NY

My family immigrated to Queens, NYC in 1986. we were a part of the wave that came during the reaganomics era with the beliefs ofRead More

Tan Dun

Tan Dun

New York, NY

The conceptual and multifaceted composer/conductor Tan Dun has made an indelible mark on the world's music scene with a creative repertoire that spans the boundariesRead More

Damon Chin

Damon Chin

Manhattan, NY

My great-great grandfather, Quon loy Chin, immigrated from Taishan, Guangdong, China to the United States around 1911, at a time when the Chinese Exclusion ActRead More

Shirley Yu

Shirley Yu

Edison, NJ

I was born in Beijing in 1994. I came to Brooklyn, NY to live in America with my parents in 1998. We moved to Edison,Read More

Chihung Yang

Chihung Yang

New York, NY

Chihung Yang was born on October 25, 1947 in Taiwan. Between 1965 and 1968, he attended the National Taiwan College of Art. In 1979, heRead More

You-Xian Feng

You-Xian Feng

San Francisco, CA

Dr. Feng, You-xian was originally from Shanghai where he studied at the Shanghai Medical College of Fudan University in 1964, there, he became Assistant ResidentRead More

David Poon

David Poon

New York, NY

In 1968, my uncle David Poon swam from Mainland China to Hong Kong to escape the Cultural Revolution. At the time, the British government welcomedRead More

Christopher Teh

Christopher Teh

Saratoga, NY

My most relevant story regarding the United States began when I was 12 years old in 2003. At the time, a lot of America bashingRead More

Wing On Lee

Wing On Lee

New York City, NY

My Father, Wing On “Danny” LeeMy grandfather left his village in Taishan, Southern China before his son was born. He planned to make his fortuneRead More

Fu-Li Yu

Fu-Li Yu

Rockford, IL

Professor Fu-Li Yu was born in Beijing, China. Although his father, Ling-Ko Yu, and mother, Ying Chang , were originally from the city of Shenyang, LiaoningRead More

Winifred Cheng

Winifred Cheng

Newton, MA

In 1937 while my mother was taking a part of the family on a trip in Peking, during summer vacation, the incident of Marco PoloRead More

Jackson Tan

Jackson Tan

New York, NY

Before immigrating to the US, my family immigrated to the Philippines from China in search of new opportunities. I was born in the Philippines andRead More

William Alexander Huang

William Alexander Huang

Madison, WI

When I first moved to Wisconsin, an adorable child with golden hair once approached me and asked if I was Chinese. I wondered how heRead More

George Chan

George Chan

Brooklyn, NY

I was born in Trinidad & Tobago. My father was from China and my mother was black. I immigrated to the united States in theRead More

Sylvia King

Sylvia King

Milwaukee, WI

Sylvia King immigrated to the United States with her husband and four children in 1963. Born in Shanghai to a large family, Sylvia left ChinaRead More

Zhi Hen Li

Zhi Hen Li

New York, NY

I was born and raised in the lower east side of Manhattan, where Chinatown is located. Ever since I was young I have been fascinatedRead More

Henry Huang

Henry Huang

Cambridge, MA

With his kindness and generosity, my grandfather has been the greatest inspiration to me. Of everything from the mundane decisions and the crucial decisions IRead More

Norman Sau-Lai  Wong

Norman Sau-Lai Wong

Los Angeles, CA

After immigrating to the U.S. for college, my father quickly established a presence in the Asian-American community, first at the State University of New YorkRead More

Wong Look Dark

Look Dark Wong

Los Angeles, CA

Wong Look Dark was born to Wong Hen Gan (father) and Chin Shee (mother) in 1864 at Los Angeles, California. He left for ChinaRead More

Loo Ah Wah

Ah Wah Loo

Los Angeles, CA

was born to Lao Loong Sing (father) and Toy Shee (mother) in 1873 at Los Angeles, California. He left for ChinaRead More

Wong Han Ngip

Han Ngip Wong

Los Angeles, CA

Wong Han Ngip was born to Wong Yan Kim (father) and Lim Shee (mother) in 1866 at Los Angeles, California. He leftRead More

Wong Ah Fook

Ah Fook Wong

Los Angeles, CA

Wong Ah Fook was born to Wong Han Chin (father) and Pong Shee (mother) in 1875 at Los Angeles, California. He leftRead More

Wong Ying Ack

Ying Ack Wong

Los Angeles, CA

Wong Ying Ack was born to Wong Shen Kit(father) and Lee Shee (mother) in 1864 at Los Angeles, California. He left for ChinaRead More

Chung Wen Soo

Chung Wen Soo

New York, NY

Case number 9567 Ninth District Court, San Francisco. Chung Wen Soo was born to Jeong Ah Yuen (father) and Wong Shee (mother) in 1874 atRead More

Fong Gwong You

Fong Gwong You

New York, NY

Fong Gwong You was born to Fong Chung Hung (father) and Leung Shee (mother) in 1866 at 2 Mott Street, New York, NY. He leftRead More

Wong Wah Deok

Wah Deok Wong

Portland, OR

Wong Wah Deok was born to Wong Dit Sai (father) in 1876 at Portland, Oregon. He left for China on January 7, 1882 onRead More

Lee Gin

Gin Lee

Portland, OR

Lee Gin was born to Lee Gin Fook (father) and Jeong Shee (mother) in 1870 at Portland, Oregon. He left for China on JanuaryRead More

Soo Yow

Yow Soo

Portland, OR

Soo Yow was born to Soo Mung (father) and Chin Shee (mother) in 1867 at Portland, Oregon. He left for China on March 22,Read More

Young Teong

Teong Young

Portland, OR

Young Teong was born to Young Quong Witt (father) and Jung Shee (mother) in 1867 at Portland, Oregon. He left for China on December 4,Read More

Ng Leow

Leow Ng

Portland, OR

Ng Leow was born to Ng Ock Shim (father) and Jew Shee (mother) in 1873 at Portland, Oregon. He left for China onRead More

Fong Gwong Loy

Gwong Loy Fong

Portland, OR

Fong Gwong Loy was born to Fong Sing Leong (father) and Lum See (mother) in 1873 at Portland. He left for China on OctoberRead More

Fong Gwing Sing

Gwing Sing Fong

Portland, OR

Fong Gwing Sing was born to Fong Sing Leong (father) and Lum See (mother) in 1870 at Portand, Oregon. He left for China onRead More

Chun Hee Kow

Hee Kow Chun

Portland, OR

Chun Hee Kow was born to Chun Jow (father) and Haw Shee (mother) in 1873 at Portland. He left for China on September 20,Read More

Dong Ah Sin

Ah Sin Dong

Portland, OR

Dong Ah Sin was born to Dong Ying Share (father) and Lee Shee (mother) in 1879 at Portland. He left for China on NovemberRead More

Yung Fong

Fong Yung

Portland, OR

Yung Fong was born to Yeong Sin Young (father) and Len See (mother) in 1874 at Portland. He left for China on February 25,Read More

Lee Quan Dy

Quan Dy Lee

Portland, OR

Lee Quan Dy was born to Lee Hee Soon (father) and Wang Shee (mother) in 1866 at Portland, Oregon. He left for China on OctoberRead More

Jin Ah Yen

Ah Yen Jin

Portland, OR

Jin Ah Yen was born to Jin Ah Lum (father) and Lee Shee (mother) in 1867 at Portland, Oregon. He left for ChinaRead More