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PETALING JAYA: Google on Wednesday (March 10) paid tribute to Chinese-Malaysian epidemiologist Dr Wu Lien-Teh, who created a surgical face covering widely believed to be the precursor of today's N95 mask.
Medical and scientific descendants around the world honour Dr Wu Lien-Teh, the internationally acclaimed 'Plague Fighter'.
GEORGE TOWN: The Chinese community has been urged to postpone this year’s Qing Ming festival (All Souls Day), and to pray from home to avoid any unnecessary social or religious gatherings which could help spread the Covid-19.
HIS name is conspicuously absent from our school history books and he has never been accorded the recognition he truly deserves.
The Malaysian doctor fought a deadly plague in China which killed 60,000 people.
GEORGE TOWN: A Bahasa Malaysia version of a book on the history behind Penang’s street names authored by Datuk Seri Wong Chun Wai and his fellow Penangite colleagues has been completed by Universiti Sains Malaysia students.
GEORGE TOWN: Collectors snapped up 1,000 private souvenir covers featuring 1935 Nobel Prize nominee Dr Wu Lien Teh within two hours at the Philatelic Stamps Exhibition and Fair at The Star Pitt Street here.
MELBOURNE: When Dr Yvonne Ho moved to Australia from Malaysia with her parents 37 years ago as a young student, she never dreamt that one day she would become an internationally acclaimed specialist in radiology and nuclear medicine.