Canadian Medical Association

North York, Ont.; National Taiwan University (Taiwan), 1951; geriatric medicine, family medicine. Died Jan. 21, 2021, aged 92. Survived by his wife Lilly, 4 children, 9 grandchildren and 9 great-grandchildren. “In the 1970s the family moved to North America to further the children’s education. Due to medical licensing requirements he had to retrain, and started as an intern at Toronto General Hospital at age 47. He completed geriatric training in Winnipeg before finally settling in Toronto, where he established himself as a prominent member of the Taiwanese-Canadian community. After moving to Toronto he continued his medical practice as a family physician in North York and downtown Toronto. Due to his fluency in Japanese and Taiwanese, he also served as a physician to those respective communities.”

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