Yang married Chih-li Tu (杜致禮 Dù Zhìlǐ), a teacher, in 1950 and has two sons and a daughter: Franklin Jr., Gilbert, and Eulee (in order of age).
He retired from Stony Brook University in 1999 and returned to Tsinghua University. His wife died in the winter of 2003. At the age of 82, Yang became engaged to 28-year old Weng Fan, is studying for a masters at Guangdong University, and expects to marry her in early 2005.
Nobel bio (http://www.nobel.se/physics/laureates/1957/yang-bio.html)
Chen Ning Franklin Yang (26954;振寧 pinyin: YÃ¡ng ZhÃ¨nnÃng) (born September 22, 1922) was a Chinese American physicist of statistical mechanics and symmetry principles[?] who received at the age of 35, with Tsung-Dao Lee, the Nobel Prize in 1957 for his investigation in the parity laws[?] that helped researches in elementary particles.
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