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Owner of Wah Shing Matchless Laundry.

In 1918, he donated 10s to the Wellington Hospital Board.[1]

On 6 November 1908, the New Zealand Times reported that Wah Shing, in Wellington, donated 10s 6d to the funds of Wellington Hospital. It was noted that Chinese residents in Wellington had contributed a total of £111 8s. [2]

“Practical Sympathy,” New Zealand Times, November 6, 1908, Volume XXX, Issue 6660 edition, Page 3, accessed October 29, 2021, https://paperspast.natlib.govt.nz/newspapers/NZTIM19081106.2.9.


  1. Papers Past | New Zealand Times (New Zealand Times, 28 November 1918). (1918, November 28). Retrieved 2 July 2019, from https://paperspast.natlib.govt.nz/newspapers/NZTIM19181128.2.39
  2. “Practical Sympathy,” New Zealand Times, November 6, 1908, Volume XXX, Issue 6660 edition, Page 3, accessed October 29, 2021, https://paperspast.natlib.govt.nz/newspapers/NZTIM19081106.2.9.

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