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Yang Chen-Hsin (1886-1936)

Yang Chen-Hsin was born at Chao Tung Fu in the Chinese province of Yunnan. His parents were Christian converts and as a young man Yang entered the Chao Tung Training Institute for Preachers. Yang was ordained into the Methodist ministry in 1914 and was accepted into full conference by the British Methodist Church in 1934. He occupied several positions of great responsibility including that of head master of the boys' boarding school in Chao Tung.

Yang died in the summer of 1936 after a period of ill health.

Source: Minutes of Conference 1936

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