In the early 1900s, Dick Lee and nephew Chung Ying were well known Chinese Traditional Herbalists. The store was central to the Chinese community at the time, becoming an ad-hoc support centre, where the respected Kum Yue would provide assistance to Chinese migrants. The Wellington Museum currently (2017) has a display with information on Dick Lee & Co.
- ↑ Murphy, N. R. (1974, January 1). Dick Lee and Co, 110 Tory Street, Wellington, New Zealand. Retrieved July 10, 2017, from http://natlib.govt.nz/records/22537741
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