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by Chia-Keng Chen,Raymond W. Chu,A. H. C. Ward,Janet W. Salaff

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Chia-Keng Chen,Raymond W. Chu,A. H. C. Ward,Janet W. Salaff
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978-9971691783
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Singapore Univ Pr (January 1, 1996)
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The Tan Kah Kee Foundation was originally known as the Tan Kah Kee . Tan Kah Kee (b. 21 October 1874, Jimei, Tong’an, Quanzhou, Fujian, China–d.

The Tan Kah Kee Foundation was originally known as the Tan Kah Kee Scholarship Fund. It was established by the Singapore. Tan Kah Kee. 12 August 1961, Beijing, China) was a prominent. Chinese Commercial Bank. The Chinese Commercial Bank (华商银行) was founded in 1912 by Lim Peng Siang, a Hokkien businessman who established the. Tan Teck Guan Building. The memoirs of Tan Kah Kee (A. Ward, R. W. Chu & J. Salaff, Trans. Singapore: Singapore University Press, p. 304. (Call no.

Tan Kah Kee, also known as Chen Jiageng, was a Chinese businessman, community leader, communist and philanthropist . Jiageng Chen; A. Ward; Raymond W. Chu; Janet W. Salaff (1994).

Tan Kah Kee, also known as Chen Jiageng, was a Chinese businessman, community leader, communist and philanthropist active in Southeast Asia, Hong Kong, and various Chinese cities such as Shanghai, Xiamen, and Guangzhou. A prominent figure in the overseas Chinese. The Memoirs of Tan Kah Kee. Singapore: Singapore University Press. p. 366. Yong Chin Fatt (1989). Tan Kah Kee: The Making of an Overseas Chinese Legend. Singapore: Oxford University Press. The Memoirs of an Overseas Chinese of the South Seas (in Chinese).

In this poignant memoir the New York Times bestselling author of Falling Leaves, Adeline Yen Mah, provides a fascinating window into the history and cultural soul of China

In this poignant memoir the New York Times bestselling author of Falling Leaves, Adeline Yen Mah, provides a fascinating window into the history and cultural soul of China.

Jiageng Chen, A. Ward, Raymond W. Chu, Janet W. pp. Chen Jiageng - Tan Kah Kee Tan Kah Kee (chin. 嘉庚, Chén Jiāgēng; Hokkien: Tân Kah kiⁿ ) war ein chinesischer Philanthrop aus der Provinz Fujian. Er wanderte als junger Mann nach Singapur aus und kehrte als Großindustrieller zurück.

This is an edited translation of Tan Kah-kee's memoirs written in Chinese and first published in Singapore under the title 'nanqiao huiyilu' in 'The Memoirs of an Overseas Chinese in Southeast Asia' in 1946. A great philanthropist, educationist, social reformer and entrepreneur of his times, Tan Kah-kee was regarded as a de facto leader of the overseas Chinese before World War II and his memoirs, described as 'undoubtedly one of the best documented autobiographies ever written by an immigrant Chinese in Southeast Asia' has become an immensely important source for those seeking to understand not only the man but the political, social and economic circumstances of his time, particularly in relation to the Chinese community and entrepreneurship in Singapore, and Chinese politics as a whole.