MAN GIVES EVIDENCE AGAINST SON
Morning Tribune, 21 March 1939, Page 3
Accused (Chew Siew Hai)'s evidence
The accused said, in evidence that he was a Chinese physician before but now he was a teacher. The last witness was his father
He was sent to Shanghai to study Chinese medicine in 1929. He was away in China for about eight or nine years during which period he was supported by his sweetheart. For the first four years of his study he received no money from his father.
It was only after he joined the Medical College that he received $250 per term from his father.
He returned to the Colony in October 1937 by which time he was fully qualified.
His said that his father had written to him informing him that it was not safe to remain in Shanghai as air raids were so frequent and that he wished him (accused) and his wife to return to Singapore.
His wife was also a graduate and between themselves they could manage to live without the support of the father
494-18 Jalan Eunos
FALSE REPORT ON BROTHER
The Straits Times, 22 March 1939, Page 16
$75 Fine for Chinese
第4页 广告 专栏 2
南洋商报, 28 April 1940, Page 4
The Singapore Free Press, 13 February 1950, Page 8
The Straits Times, 8 June 1950, Page 6
Richard Chew Chong Soon, second son of Chew Siew Siong married Tay Wee Neo, second daughter of Yap Kee Kok and Tan Kim Eng and cousin of Dr and Mrs Ong Siow Hian (Lim Liang Neo, daughter of Lim Peng Chin) Ong Siow Hian was son of Ong Soon Tee
100 get early look at the dragon dance
The Straits Times, 1 June 1953, Page 5
南洋商报, 1 June 1953, Page 6
Third son Chew Chong Ong married Lim Lian See in 1962
周崇汪 林連絲 喜締良緣
星洲日報, 16 August 1962, Page 8
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