File REN LTO 01.006 - Newspaper article "First Female Pastor of Anglican Church". July, 24th, 2012

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Newspaper article "First Female Pastor of Anglican Church". July, 24th, 2012

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国际劳工局日内瓦总部首位华裔女性:李季琼多年捐资兴学”“姐姐李添嫒圣公会首位女牧师

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CA Renison University College Archives REN LTO-REN LTO 01-REN LTO 01.006

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  • 2012-, July 24th (Custody)
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    Renison University College Archives
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    Waterloo, Ont.
  • 2012 (Creation)
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    Chui, Rita Lee
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    Toronto, Ont.

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3 p. textual records

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(1914(?) - 2016)

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Rita Lee Chui was born around 1914 (?) in Hong Kong. She is the younger sister of the Reverend Florence Li Tim-Oi. She spent much of her life in Europe, where she worked as an analyst for the United Nations International Labour Organization, Lee says. She came to Canada in the 1980s, and helped her sister emigrate from China. She was married twice, and predeceased by both husbands. She had no children. She an her second husband (?) Siu Ting Chui formed a scholarship called the "Florence Li Tim-Oi Memorial Award for Renison College and in 1994 she formed the Li Tim-Oi foundation sponsoring the education and training of women in developing countries in the ministry. She died on March 23rd 2016. Her funeral was held at St. John's Anglican Church in Willowdale Ontario, which is the same parish where her sister served as a Priest.

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Newspaper article "First Female Pastor of Anglican Church". July, 24th, 2012. 3 p. textual records. 国际劳工局日内瓦总部首位华裔女性:李季琼多年捐资兴学”“姐姐李添嫒圣公会首位女牧师

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From Rita Lee Chui (?)

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The first Chinese female of International Labour Office headquarters in Geneva: Rita Lee-Chui, has been funding schools for years" " Her sister Florence Li Tim-Oi is the first female priest of Anglican Church"
“国际劳工局日内瓦总部首位华裔女性: 李季琼多年捐资兴学” ” 姐姐李添嫒圣公会首位女牧师“

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Florence Li Tim-Oi Memorial Archives. Lusi Wong library first floor Academic Building, Renison University College

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REN LTO 01.006

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Renison University College Archives

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RAD - Rules for Archival Description, Rev. version., Ottawa: Bureau of Canadian Archivists,
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Created: 10.05.2015
Revised: 09.22.2015

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