Category:Tan Kah Kee

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Tan Kah Kee (Chinese:
, pinyin: Chén Jiāgēng; 21 October 1874 – 12 August 1961) was a prominent businessman, community leader, and philanthropist in colonial Singapore, and a Communist leader in the People's Republic of China.

Tan Kah Kee 
Chinese businessman
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Date of birth21 October 1874
Jimei District
Date of death12 August 1961
Country of citizenship
Educated at
Authority control
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Tan Chen (it); 陳嘉庚 (ja); Tan Kah Kee (fr); Tân Kah-kiⁿ (nan); Tan Kah Kee (nl); 陳嘉庚 (zh-hant); 陳嘉庚 (zh-hk); Tan Kah Kee (de); 陈嘉庚 (zh-hans); Tan Kah Kee (en); 陳嘉庚 (yue); 陈嘉庚 (zh); Tan Kah Kee (es) Chinese businessman (en); chinesischer Philanthrop und Großindustrieller (de); ondernemer uit China (1874-1961) (nl) 陳嘉庚 (zh); Tân Kah-kiⁿ, Tan Kah-kin, Chen Jiageng, 陈嘉庚 (de)


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