Lu Muzhen

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Lu Muzhen
First Lady of the Republic of China
In office
1 January 1911 - 1 April 1911
Succeeded by Yu Yishang
Personal details
Born (1867-07-30)30 July 1867
Xiangshan County,
Guangdong, Qing Empire
Died 7 September 1952(1952-09-07) (aged 85)
Portuguese Macau
Spouse(s) Sun Yat-sen
Children Sun Fo
Sun Yan
Sun Wan
Sun Yat Sen Memorial House in Macao. This place was once the house of Sun Yat Sen's first wife.

Lú Mùzhēn (simplified Chinese: 卢慕贞; traditional Chinese: 盧慕貞) (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.