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Chan Family
Zengcheng (Chinese: 增城; pinyin: Zēngchéng; Cantonese: Zang¹sing⁴), historically known as Tsengshing , is a County-level city in Guangzhou, Guangdong, China. (Wiki)
One of at least 3 Chan Villages in Zengcheng. (Sa Chuen, Sun Gaai and Hargee)   Surname Chen2 is about 2700 years old.  Variations include Ch'en2 (Wade-Giles), Chin, Chan (Cantonese), Tan.   
A paper presented at the 2005 Crouching Tiger, Hidden Banana Conference by Eva Wong Ng at AUT on 4 June 2005.
Last week I went to Charlie Wong’s funeral. I have known Charlie for as far back as I can remember, but it wasn’t until he died that I found out
A local history article about the New Zealand Chinese living in Auckland's central isthmus in 1921 and 1945. By Auckland City Libraries' local history librarian, David Verran.
For those not familiar with the term "Peranakan" they are the descendants of early Chinese migrants and traders who settled and married local women of the Straits of Malacca
The term "diaspora" is defined as the migration or scattering of people away from their ancestral homelands.
The first Chinese market gardens were recorded in 1866