Life Time Achievements
Born: 1st April, 1903
Married: 24th March 1933 to Florence Ho Tung
Children: Son, Richard Yeo and daughters, Daphne Vallance and Wendy Holt
Interests: It is a little known fact that as a young man, K.C. was an excellent gymnast and weight lifter who held the world record in sit-ups for his body weight for several consecutive years.
Religion: K.C. became a committed Christian during his imprisonment at the time of the Japanese invasion of Hong Kong.
1920 Senior Cambridge Examination:
1st Class Honours
1925 Graduated M.B., B.S. (Hong Kong)
1926 United Kingdom:
1930 M.D. (Hong Kong) in State Medicine
1927 Assistant Medical Officer of Health
1939 Chinese Health Officer, Senior Grade
1947 Deputy Director of Health Services
1947 Health Adviser to Urban Council (Hong Kong)
1950 Deputy Director of Medical and Health Services
Director of Medical and Health Services.
1951 Professor of Social Medicine (part-time), Hong Kong University
1951 Official Member of the Legislative Council
1963 Senior Hospital Medical Officer (Psychiatry), St Ebbaís Hospital, Epsom, Surrey, U.K.
Gained the UNESCO and WHO Travelling Fellowships to tour
1956 K.C. was awarded the Companion of the Most Distinguished Order of St Michael and St George. Visitors to this chapel at St. Paul's Cathedral in London can sit on the bench which displays his brass name plate.
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