- Lǐ, written 李, is one of the most common surnames in China, where it originated during the Tang Dynasty. It was the surname of the Tang rulers.
- "Sue" comes from the Chinese 素 "plain", or possibly 肃 or 肅 which both mean "respectful".
- Sue could have been an English name her parents picked for her, instead; it means "graceful lily" in Hebrew.
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