Chubby Hubby or Aun Koh (born 1972) is a blogger from Singapore. His blog consists of dining reviews, travelling, wine and recipes for baking and cooking. It also consists of many photographs of the food, most being digitally altered. The blog earned reviews in the Guardian and was nominated for the world's best urban food blog in the 2005 Urban Blogging Awards.
Aun was mentioned in Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong's National Day Rally speech in 2006, as an example of Singaporean blogs on the internet. Singapore newspaper The Straits Times has mentioned him several times in articles about the hottest blogs, blogs to watch and the most popular food blogs. He was interviewed by Newsweek and mentioned in The New York Times, the South China Morning Post and The Guardian. Singaporean bank OCBC has a tie-up with Aun; he creates special promotions for OCBC credit card holders with his favourite restaurants and food suppliers, which he promotes via the blog.
Aun was invited to dine during the finale recording of Bravo Channels 8th Season's Top Chef competition 2010; which was held in Singapore; the shows first international finale location. Aun was not a judge but was a dinner guest.
Aun comes from a politically well connected family. His father is Professor Tommy Koh, Ambassador-At-Large for the Singapore Government 
- The Urbs: 2005 Urban Blogging Awards Nominations Update, Gridskipper, 29 November 2005, retrieved 29 July 2010.
- Frost, Vicky (9 June 2006). "The world on your plate". London: The Guardian. Retrieved 29 July 2010..
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