The Lauw-Sim-Zecha family is an Indonesian family of mixed Peranakan Chinese, Indo and Bohemian descent that came to prominence at the start of the nineteenth century as revenue farmers, landlords and mandarins in Batavia (now Jakarta) and Sukabumi, Dutch East Indies (now Indonesia). The family formed part of the so-called 'Cabang Atas', or the Chinese gentry of colonial Indonesia.

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  • The Lauw-Sim-Zecha family is an Indonesian family of mixed Peranakan Chinese, Indo and Bohemian descent that came to prominence at the start of the nineteenth century as revenue farmers, landlords and mandarins in Batavia (now Jakarta) and Sukabumi, Dutch East Indies (now Indonesia). The family formed part of the so-called 'Cabang Atas', or the Chinese gentry of colonial Indonesia. (en)
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  • The Lauw-Sim-Zecha family is an Indonesian family of mixed Peranakan Chinese, Indo and Bohemian descent that came to prominence at the start of the nineteenth century as revenue farmers, landlords and mandarins in Batavia (now Jakarta) and Sukabumi, Dutch East Indies (now Indonesia). The family formed part of the so-called 'Cabang Atas', or the Chinese gentry of colonial Indonesia. (en)
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