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Tan Kah Kee

Tan Kah Kee Award (陈嘉庚科学奖), dubbed the Chinese Nobel Prize, was named after Tan Kah Kee (1874-1961), a well-known Philanthropist and outstanding overseas Chinese leader in Southeast Asia who contributed remarkably to the development of science and education in China. The Tan Kah Kee Award was first set up by Tan’s relatives, and the Chinese Academy of Sciences was entrusted for its organization and evaluation. (More...)

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