|Ngeow Nian Chian in 1934 [Left] and 1937 [Right]|
In a newspaper article celebrating his retirement, Ngeow Nian Chin shared that he was never sick once in his 44 years of service and when he started working and at that time he joined, the bank had a staff of 6 Europeans and 22 Natives. At the time of his retirement in 1937, Charted Bank had a total of 140 staff, of which 13 are Europeans.
|Chartered Bank at Battery Road|
Ngeow Nian Chin's unkept and jungle enveloped tomb is located in Hill 3 Division B, close to the family tomb cluster of Mr Tan Hock Ann. This was discovered with the help of 2 friends from the Bukit Brown facebook community.
|The jungle enveloping the tomb of Mr and Mrs Ngeow Nian Chin|
Chinese Buddhist.(1932, August 9). The Straits Times, page 14
Wesak Day and its Meaning. (1933, May 12). The Straits Times, page 7
Sport improves Relations Among Employees.( 1934, November 30). The Singapore Free Press, page 11
44 years with local bank.(1937, March 14). The Straits Times, page 13
Less racial stress in Malaya. (1955, December 22). The Straits Times, page 9