10 Singaporean Chinese surnames you probably have not heard of before

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I remember seeing a girl’s surname being Ngiam, and my first impression was, “Is she Vietnamese?”

Pretty unique; I don’t think I have seen anyone with this surname before.

I know only one guy with this surname.

Never seen before.
Highly doubt I will see one with this surname.
Is it even a legit surname?

Despite giving off the same vibe as Kiu, Kee is a chinese surname I have seen before.

I swear I wasn’t even aware of this surname’s existence before my colleague told me today. If you were, you’re probably really diverse in surname classes.

I just hope that no guy ever gets named Bu.

At first I was like, “Shouldn’t it be Kim?”
Then I was like, “Oh it’s a silent h.”

Then I wondered, “Was it really?”

I just hope that no guy or girl ever gets named Ding Dong or Leh.

I can see the future. Kids with this surname would be particularly efficient at getting trials done.