Lu Muzhen (simplified Chinese: 卢慕贞; traditional Chinese: 盧慕貞; pinyin: Lú Mùzhēn; 30 July 1867 – 7 September 1952) was the first wife of Chinese revolutionary Sun Yat-sen. Lu Muzhen was born on 30 July 1867. She married Sun when he was 19 and bore him a son, Sun Fo, and two daughters, Sun Yan (simplified Chinese: 孙延; traditional Chinese: 孫延; pinyin: Sūn Yán) and Sun Wan (simplified Chinese: 孙琬; traditional Chinese: 孫琬; pinyin: Sūn Wǎn). Due to her bound feet, she rarely accompanied Sun on his revolutionary campaigns. She moved to Macau after Sun divorced her in 1915 to marry Soong Ching-ling.

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  • Lu Muzhen (simplified Chinese: 卢慕贞; traditional Chinese: 盧慕貞; pinyin: Lú Mùzhēn; 30 July 1867 – 7 September 1952) was the first wife of Chinese revolutionary Sun Yat-sen. Lu Muzhen was born on 30 July 1867. She married Sun when he was 19 and bore him a son, Sun Fo, and two daughters, Sun Yan (simplified Chinese: 孙延; traditional Chinese: 孫延; pinyin: Sūn Yán) and Sun Wan (simplified Chinese: 孙琬; traditional Chinese: 孫琬; pinyin: Sūn Wǎn). Due to her bound feet, she rarely accompanied Sun on his revolutionary campaigns. She moved to Macau after Sun divorced her in 1915 to marry Soong Ching-ling. (en)
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  • Lu Muzhen (simplified Chinese: 卢慕贞; traditional Chinese: 盧慕貞; pinyin: Lú Mùzhēn; 30 July 1867 – 7 September 1952) was the first wife of Chinese revolutionary Sun Yat-sen. Lu Muzhen was born on 30 July 1867. She married Sun when he was 19 and bore him a son, Sun Fo, and two daughters, Sun Yan (simplified Chinese: 孙延; traditional Chinese: 孫延; pinyin: Sūn Yán) and Sun Wan (simplified Chinese: 孙琬; traditional Chinese: 孫琬; pinyin: Sūn Wǎn). Due to her bound feet, she rarely accompanied Sun on his revolutionary campaigns. She moved to Macau after Sun divorced her in 1915 to marry Soong Ching-ling. (en)
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