Many dignitaries and influential business men and their families visited the Fair. They came from far and wide. Quan Kai, a millionaire flour merchant from Hong Kong visited the Fair with his sons, a nephew and a business friend and his son. They arrived from San Francisco. Mr. Kai said, “There is no doubt that the future extension of the world’s trade will be in the Orient. No country has as great advantages for trade in the Orient as has the United States.”
Back: Yet On, Quan Chee On
Front: Quan Yuen, Quan Kai
Sources: Seattle Times, June 29, 1908 p 109; Seattle PI, July 1, 1909, p1.