Monday, December 7, 2015

Exhibitors Herald-World, January–March 1929






















January 5, 1929
Page 28, column 1: James Wong Howe (above)

January 26, 1929
Page 40, column 3: Joe Wong






















January 26, 1929
Page 24, top right photograph: Bo Ling in
Let’s Make Whoopee (above)

February 9, 1929
Page 60, column 1: Joe Wong






















February 16, 1929
Page 30, top left photograph: Anna May Wong (above)






















February 23, 1929
Page 31, top left photograph: Chinese women twins in Twin Revue which was retitled Climbing the Golden Stairs

March 2, 1929
Page 38, column 1: Anna May Wong in Piccadilly

March 23, 1929
Page 25, column 1: Anna May Wong in Piccadilly

March 30, 1929
Page 39, column 1: Anna May Wong in Piccadilly


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Friday, October 2, 2015

Wednesday, September 2, 2015

Yook Yee Wong / Huang Yuyu (黄玉瑜) Exhibition

Guangzhou, China
September 2–15, 2015
(click images to enlarge)















Professor Peng Changxin, Exhibition Curator




Exhibition Brochure

















Exhibition Panels


Wong’s village in Kaiping, China

Wong’s Section 6 documents and school teacher, Ida K. Greenlee

Passenger documents and immigration interview transcript

Identification paper and correspondence with an immigration officer














World War I draft card and service at Camp Eustis, Virginia

Student at Tufts College (1920–1921) and MIT (1923–1925)

Wong helped the Chinatown Boy Scouts; MIT student information

Junior member of the American Institute of Architects (1925–1929);
Coolidge, Shepley, Bulfinch & Abbott drafting assignment sheets
with Wong’s initials, YYW 

Yi Min Lin, an engineering student, met Wong in Boston.

Sun Yat-sen Mausoleum, Nanjing, China

Wong’s drawings for Nanjing

Wong and Shinn-hong Howard Jee’s drawings for the capital of Nanjing
















Moon Palace Dormitory

Moon Palace Dormitory

Moon Palace Dormitory

Model of Moon Palace Dormmitory
Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hospital
Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hospital

Hua An Hotel

Hua An Hotel

Hua An Hotel

Wong’s home in Guangzhou

Article by Wong

Article by Wong














Wong’s wife, Lee Sue Doy

Wong’s family and friends


Yunnan, China



Liao Shoubai, 104 years old, met Wong in Baoshan.
















The exhibition was at the Kaiping Art Museum from September 29 to October 20, 2015.

(Updated October 24, 2015; next post: Chinese Theater, New York City, 1909)