Aw Chu Kin’s family tree
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Aw Chu Kin (Chinese: 胡子欽)
Aw Boon Leng (Chinese: 胡文龍) eldest brother, died at young age
Aw Boon Haw (Chinese: 胡文虎), have 4 wives, 7 sons and 2 daughters
Aw Boon Par (Chinese: 胡文豹)
Dato Aw Kow (Chinese: 胡蛟) D.K.L.P., B.B.M., adopted son of Aw Boon Haw; he was the managing director of Sin Chew Jit Poh and the owner of Eastern Sun; he was invited to the Fujian Provincial Assembly in 1947; he married to Tan (Chinese: 陳家裕, also known as Datin Aw Kow), daughter of a pastor from the Methodist church; she chaired Estern Sun. He died on 1 March 1982
Aw Swan (Chinese: 胡山): general manager of Sin Poh (Star News) Amalgamated of Singapore in 1971–72; removed from the position in Sin Poh Amalgamated (Hong Kong) in 1952; renounced by Aw Boon Haw as adopted son in 1952
Aw Hoe (Chinese: 胡好): managing director of Singapore Tiger Standard, died in a plane crash in January 1951, adopted son of Aw Boon Haw
Sally Aw (Aw Sian, Chinese: 胡仙) O.B.E., adopted daughter of Aw Boon Haw, chairwoman of Sing Tao Holdings until 1999; she replaced Aw Swan to manage Sing Tao since 1952
Dato Aw It Haw (Chinese: 胡一虎) D.P.M.S., son of Aw Boon Haw, chairman of Haw Par Brothers (Private) Limited after the death of his cousin Aw Cheng Chye in August 1971, director of Sin Chew Jit Poh (Singapore) Limited and Chung Khiaw Bank; first person in Malaya Peninsula to fly a plane from England to Singapore alone (5,000 km) in 1958; died in 1995
Aw Jee Haw (Chinese: 胡二虎), son of Aw Boon Haw, killed during WW2 by Japanese bombs at young age
Aw Sar Haw (Chinese: 胡三虎), son of Aw Boon Haw, died at young age
Aw Sin Haw / Aw Si Haw / Aw See Haw (Chinese: 胡四虎), son of Aw Boon Haw
Aw Seng (Chinese: 胡星), daughter of Aw Boon Haw
Dato Aw Cheng Chye (Chinese: 胡清才) S.P.M.J., B.B.M., son of Aw Boon Par, chairman of Haw Par Brothers (Private), Haw Par Brothers International, Sin Poh (Star News) Amalgamated and director of Chung Khiaw Bank and many companies. Married to Tay Chwee Sian (Datin Aw Cheng Chye), director of Sin Chew Jit Poh (Singapore) Limited from 1975 to 1978
Aw Cheng Taik (Chinese: 胡清德), son of Aw Boon Par, managing director of Singapore Tiger Standard after the death of Aw Hoe; was general manager in 1950. Still served as a director of charity organization “Haw Par Music Foundation Limited”, founded by Sally Aw as of 2017.
Aw Cheng Hu (Chinese: 胡清河, also known as Datin Lee Chee Shan, or Emma Aw), eldest daughter of Aw Boon Par, married to Dato Lee Chee Shan (Chinese: 李志城), first cousin once removed of Aw Boon Haw, the lifetime president (managing director) of Chung Khiaw Bank until he was retired in July 1971, Lee died in 1986. Aw Cheng Hu was the vice-chairman of Singapore Sōgetsu-ryū Association. Both Lee and Aw Cheng Hu were said to be philanthropists. Aw Cheng Hu said to be die in a house of Housing and Development Board in 2010
Aw Cheng Sin (Chinese: 胡清心), daughter of Aw Boon Par, also known as her Thai name after naturalization, Suri Santipongchai, married to Lee Aik Sim (Lee A. Santipongchai), were the directors of Haw Par Brothers (Thailand) until resignation in 1972; owned and operated Thai newspaper Sing Sian Yer Pao (publishes in Chinese language) until 2010
Aw Toke Tone (Fred Aw, Chinese: 胡督東), son of Aw Hoe, managing director of Hongkong Tiger Standard (as early as 1960s to ?), director and minority shareholder of Sing Tao after it became a listed company
Allan Aw (Chinese: 胡督祿), son of Aw Hoe, auditor (and Office Managing Partner) of Arthur Andersen Hong Kong, member of the Council of The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong from 1999 to ?
Marcia Aw (Chinese: 胡美三), daughter of Aw Hoe, executive director of Changing Young Lives Foundation (was a branch of Save the Children in Hong Kong)
Chinese: 胡美一, daughter of Aw Swan, managing director of Sin Poh (Star News) Amalgamated (Malaysia) Sendirian Berhad
Joyce Aw (Chinese: 胡美二), daughter of Aw Kow (ex-wife of Peter Tham)
Aw Toke Soon (Chinese: 胡督信), son of Aw Cheng Chye, director of Sin Chew Jit Poh (Singapore) Limited from 1975 to 1978, president of a surfing club in 1970s.
Aw Toke Ghee (Chinese: 胡督義), son of Aw Cheng Chye, businessman, born August 1952
Aw Ai Sim, daughter of Aw Cheng Chye, a veterinarian.
Chinese: 李坤珊, daughter of Lee A. Santipongchai and Suri Santipongchai, managing director of Sing Sian Yer Pao in the 2000s.
Teng Gee Sigurðsson née Lee daughter of Aw Cheng Hu and Lee Chee Shan. Married to Jón Baldur Sigurðsson. Founded a mime school in Iceland in 1969. She lived with her husband and two children
May Chu Harding née Lee, granddaughter of Lee Chee Shan co-author of autobiography Escape from Paradise