List of Hwa Chong Institution people

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The Clock Tower Building of Hwa Chong Institution, a national monument, which formerly served as an observation point during the Battle of Singapore

The following is a list of notable staff and alumni from Hwa Chong Institution (HCI) and its predecessor schools, The Chinese High School (TCHS) and Hwa Chong Junior College (HCJC).

Notable staff[edit]


Notable alumni[edit]

Civil servants and politicians[edit]


Business and entrepreneurs[edit]


Academics, scientists and writers[edit]


Sportspeople[edit]


Arts, entertainment and media personalities[edit]


Others[edit]

  • Jane Lee, first woman from Southeast Asia to scale the Seven Summits; associate with McKinsey & Company; graduated from HCJC[21]
  • Lee Kin Mun (李健敏), better known as mrbrown, Singaporean blogger and political critic; graduated from HCJC[21]
  • Wei Liqing (魏利庆), Honorary Director of Nanyang Khek Community Guild; obtained a PhD in business management from the University of the Pacific at the age of 73; graduated from TCHS[56]


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