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Dr. Chen-To Tai's Children Eat Dinner, January 1965

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Ann Arbor News, January 6, 1965
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It is easy to please everyone at a large Chinese dinner when there are enough dishes to include each person's favorite. When the Chen To Tai family of N. Zeeb Rd., Scio township, celebrates the Chinese New Year the first of February each child's favorite dish will be on the table. Here (left to right) Jimmy, Bing, Arthur, Julie, and David are having Chinese ham, beef with oyster sauce, sweet and sour cucumbers and fried mushrooms. Their parents, Prof. and Mrs. Chen To Tai, are from Soochow, China, and their hometown cooking is famous throughout China. This cuisine is a little sweeter than most Chinese cooking, and not as oily as Cantonese nor as spicy as that from Northern China.

Dr. Chen-To Tai Holds His Newly Published Book, November 1971

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Ann Arbor News, November 21, 1971
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Dr. Chen-To Tai, University professor of electrical engineering, has his new book, "Dyadic Green's Functions in Electromagnetic Theory," opened to an illustration from one of his Chinese-style paintings. While painting is a hobby of the Chinese born and educated U-M scholar, his expertise in his vocation ranks him as a leading authority on electromagnetic theory, reflecting the Chinese aptitude for excellence in science and technology.

Professor gets Fulbright grant

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