Chi Yen Huang
From: Guangdong Province (22 Tng-Wang Street, Canton)
Class Year: 1916
Phillips Academy Department:scientific
College major: civil engineering
Scholarship: Boxer Rebellion Indeminity Scholarship
Career: Engineer (CY Huang Construction Co., Kim Wah & Co.); Banker (Hwa Yih Bank)
Prev.School: Tsing Hua College, Peking
Attended: Sept 18,1914-June 11,1915
Dorm: Woods 6 Middler Year
Sports: Soccer Team, Track Squad
Graduated: Non-returning Middier
Class of: 1916
DOB: September 16,1896 in Canton
Father: Ching-nan Huang
1922 address: Shangling Chen, Huchow, Chekiang, China
The information below is from Institute of Modern History, Academia Sinica
HUANG, C. Y. (CHI YEN HUANG): Engineer; Proprietor, Kin Wah & Co., Building Contractors.
BORN September 16, 1896, in Canton, son of Chen Nan Hung and Wu Shih; married Wai Yee Chan, December 22, 1922; sons, Ying Cheh and Ying Chin; daughters, Ying Pao, Ying Yu and Ying Wen: member, American Society of Military Engineers, American Society of Civil En gineers, Flip Flap Fraternity: Clubs, Shanghai Bankers', Shanghai Golf, Husi Country, Sino-Foreign: Education, Graduate of Nan Wu School, Canton, 1910; Tsing Hua College, Peking, 1914; Phillips Academy, Andover, Massachusetts, U.S.A., 1915; Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Harvard University, U.S.A., degrees of S.B.C.E., 1918; graduate student in Business Administration at Boston University, Boston, 1918-19.
Receiving his technical education as a Civil Engineer at the foremost educational institutions of the United States, Mr. Huang has been engaged in professional work since 1922 as Proprietor of Kin Wah & Co., a prominent Shanghai firm of building contractors. He has many other business interests, however, and has also had a notable career in government service. Prior to his return to China from the United States he was employed in America, with the Boston & Maine Railway, 1918-19, and the great engineering firm of Stone & Webster, 1919-20.
Mr. Huang was a member of the Executive Committee of the Shanghai Chamber of Commerce, 1925; Vice Director, Kiangsu Rolled Tobacco, Kerosene and Gasoline Tax Bureau, 1928; Technical Expert, Tariff Commission of the National Government at Nanking, 1928-29; Technical Expert, Ministry of Finance, 1929; Director, Stamp Tax Bureau of Kiangsu Province and concurrently Director of the Stamp Tax Bureau for the International Settlement of Shanghai, 1929-30, and Director General of the Wine, Tobacco, and Stamp Tax Administration, Ministry of Finance at Nanking, 1930-32.
Indicating the range of his business interests, Mr. Huang is a Director of the Peking and Nanking theaters of Shanghai, the Lakewiew Hotel of Hangchow and the Great China Co. of Shanghai.
Also Managing Director this year of the Hwa Yih Bank Ltd.