Draft:Clarence T.C. Ching
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Clarence T.C. Ching was the son of Chinese immigrants. He developed many areas of Honolulu, Hawaii, including Kukui Gardens, a low-income apartment complex, and the neighborhoods of Moanalua and Salt Lake. He established the Clarence T. C. Ching Foundation in 1967, one of the largest grant-making organizations in Hawaii. The Foundation awards financial grants to people and organizations with the expectation that recipients will use the funds to contribute to creating a better society. Despite his great wealth, he had a reputable for being humble and kind to his employees.
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