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Photo of 9 Chinese students and their names.
This photograph shows the Chinese Club, consisting of K.F. Cheung, King Mok, P.L. Mok, W.H Lam, T.L. Sene, Y.C. Shek, J.A. Paau (President), Y.F. Leung (Secretary), and C.K. Wong (Treasurer), 7 male and 2 female Chinese students. From the 5 members that the Chinese Club had in 1922, the club, and by extent, the number of Chinese students at the University of Richmond increased. In the two years from 1922 to 1924, the club expanded in numbers and to include female students.
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The Web 1924
“Chinese Club,” University of Richmond Race & Racism Project, accessed March 21, 2023, https://memory.richmond.edu/items/show/199.