Chan Seng Khai

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Chan Seng Khai
田承凯
2nd Kuching South Mayor
In office
1 February 1997 – 31 July 2006
DeputyMohd Amin Hassan
Preceded byDatuk Song Swee Guan
Succeeded byChong Ted Tsiung
Personal details
Born (1953-01-01) 1 January 1953 (age 66)
Kuching, Crown Colony of Sarawak
CitizenshipMalaysian
Political partySarawak United Peoples' Party (SUPP) - Barisan Nasional

Chan Seng Khai (simplified Chinese: 田承凯; traditional Chinese: 田承凱; pinyin: Tián Chéngkǎi) was the second mayor of Kuching South City Council since 1997. He succeeded Datuk Song Swee Guan, who was the First Mayor of the City, in 1988 when Kuching was elevated to City status and partitioned into South and North. Chan is a member of Sarawak United People's Party and elected state assemblyman of the Batu Lintang area in Kuching in 1991, 1996 and 2001. In 2006, during the Sarawak's state election, he lost in his re-election bid as state assemblyman to Democratic Action Party (DAP) candidate Voon Lee Shan.

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