List of Common Chinese Surnames in Singapore - Greater China Region

Greater China Region

Note that – in practice – names are typically written with the tone markings omitted, especially in English-language contexts. Similarly, although the apostrophes in Wade-Giles romanizations mark entirely distinct sounds, they are often omitted as well.

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