Established in 1810, CHEAH KONGSI is one of the oldest Hokkien clan associations in George Town, Penang. Its members have their ancestral origins from Sek Tong Seah in the Sam Tor District of the Hai Teng County at Cheang Chew Prefecture in the Fujian Province of China.

The first person to have the Cheah surname was SIN PEK and the 36th generation descendent was XIE AUN (320-385A.D.), who was the premier of the Eastern Jin Dynasty. He was also known as GUANG HUI SHENG WANG. During the Tang Dynasty, two generals known as Teoh Soon and Khaw Wan sacrificed their lives to defend the Sek Tong village. The Tang emperor posthumously bestowed them the honorific title “Hock Haw” which means prosperous marquis. The Cheah clan worships HOCK HAW KONG as its patron deity.

Cheah Beng Him also known as Cheah Tong San who was the progenitor moved to Sek Tong Seah during the 13th century. He had two sons named Toh Beng and Toh Kee . Members of the present Cheah Kongsi are either descendants of Toh Beng or Toh Kee.

The Cheah clan’s emblem is “Bao Shu” (or “Precious Tree” in Chinese). On 1st April 2011, the Kongsi was registered as SEH TEK TONG CHEAH KONGSI.

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