Plumber Lim Chu Kang
Lim Chu Kang Village wased established by Neo Ao Tiew, a Chinese immigrant from Fujian that was the constable of the town. “Lim” was extracted from Lim Chwee Chian that was the kangchu of the location. The village is on the banks of the Sungei Kranji and also was regulated by the Lim clan. Neo Tiew likewise established a key school and health centre in the village. Neo Tiew Road is named after him. The area was originally noted for its various pepper and also gambier plantations. Later on there were rubber plantations, e.g. Namazie-Cashin rubber estates.
Neo Tiew is named after Neo Ao Tiew ）, a prominent Chinese business owner. Neo is credited with the growth of the Lim Chu Kang area, where he constructed roadways, houses and a seaport. He was also the founder and also constable of Lim Chu Kang Town. In 1967, the British colonial federal government called a 3.5 km stretch of roadway “Neo Tiew Road” or “Neo Tiew Lane” in recognition of his contributions to the area.