Wu Yi (politician) Birthday, Date of Birth

Wu Yi (born November 1938) is a retired Chinese politician. She was one of the country's most visible leaders during the first decade of the 21st century, best known for taking on the role of Minister of Health from April 2003 during the SARS outbreak, shortly after becoming Vice Premier of the State Council, a position she served in between March 2003 and March 2008. She was also a member of the Politburo of the Communist Party of China. She has since retired and left public life. She was commonly referred to as the "iron lady" by Chinese media, and was known to be a tough negotiator internationally.

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Birthday, Date of Birth
Thursday, November 17, 1938
Place of Birth
Wuhan
Age
82
Star Sign

The November 17, 1938 was a Thursday under the star sign of . It was the 320 day of the year. President of the United States was Franklin D. Roosevelt.

If you were born on this day, you are 82 years old. Your last birthday was on the Tuesday, November 17, 2020, 207 days ago. Your next birthday is on Wednesday, November 17, 2021, in 157 days. You have lived for 30,158 days, or about 723,810 hours, or about 43,428,602 minutes, or about seconds.

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17th of November 1938 News

News as it appeared on the front page of the New York Times on November 17, 1938

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Date: 17 November 1938

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Date: 18 November 1938

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MARK SULLIVAN BACK TO SERVE OLD PAPER; West Chester, Pa., Where He Began, Turns Out With Band

Date: 17 November 1938

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Observes 50th anniv as journalist; s at West Chester Teachers Coll and acts as guest ed of local paper; por

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Food News of the Week; Ample Supplies of Turkey for Thanksgiving Indicated--Butter Prices to Be Stable Butter Prices to Remain Stable Milk Situation Discussed Best Meat Buys of Week Fruits and Vegetables Ample Fish Shipments Heavy

Date: 18 November 1938

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NEWS OF THE STAGE; 'Danton's Death' Closes' Tomorrow Night--Dec. 1 to Bring 'Great Lady'--Revised Premiere Bill Probable Openings O'Malley Off for Hollywood Marine Pageant for Fair

Date: 18 November 1938

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Advertising News and Notes; New Liquors Introduced To Renew Building Ad Drive Newspaper Index Off 15.8% Production Men Elect McKean Account Personnel Notes

Date: 17 November 1938

Holiday ad plans

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Advertising News and Notes; Personnel Notes Appliance Quota Exceeded Warner's in $100,000 Campaign Heads British Ad Association Simplex Tool Agency Named Tours to Mexico Promoted Accounts Holiday Drive for Bendix

Date: 18 November 1938

H W Ashton joins staff

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SCREEN NEWS HERE AND IN HOLLYWOOD; Warners Purchase Anderson's 'Elizabeth the Queen' for Bette Davis and Flynn 2 OPENINGS HERE TODAY ' Sixty Glorious Years' Begins at Music Hall -- 'Torchy Gets Her Man' at Palace New Plans at Metro Of Local Origin

Date: 17 November 1938

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Apostoli Favored Over Corbett In Middleweight Bout Tomorrow; Rivals Complete Heavy Work for 15-Rounder at Garden--Two Matches Are Arranged for Ambers--Other News of Boxing State to Recognize Victor Batista Invited to Bout Canzoneri in Action Again

Date: 17 November 1938

By JAMES P. DAWSON

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Apostoli and Corbett to end training

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NEW ROLE PLANNED FOR FREDRIC MARCH; With Wife, Florence Eldridge, Actor Will Appear Soon in 'The American Way' ALEX YOKEL WILL RESUME Ready to Produce 'Lingering Ecstasy'--Other News of the Broadway Stage Wage Settlements Made Puppeteers at Labor Stage

Date: 17 November 1938

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