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Cheong Ming Lam, Esq., PhD, GCGI, FRAS 

Registered: The International Register of Arms, 10th  January 2018. Registration No. 0444 (Vol.3)

Arms: Azure, two trees eradicated proper with three mullets Argent in chief.

Crest: A lion rampant Or holding a pearl Argent between his front paws.

Motto: Nec Timeo Vincere.

Badge: A pearl Azure surmounted by an oak tree eradicated Proper.

Registration:
Chronicler of Arms of Castilla and León, H.E. Don Alfonso de Ceballos-Escalera y Gila, Marquis de La Floresta, 9th March 2017.

Private Registration: American College of Heraldry. Registration number 3955 20th January 2018.

The Arms of Cheong Ming Lam

Further Private Registrations: Registro Araldico Italiano Reg: 30; Date: 21st May 2009 updated 21st Feb 2018. Registro Internacional de Armas Gentilicias Reg: 863; Date: 15th Feb 2018. Society of American Armiger Reg: AA0027; Date: 5th Feb 2018.

Arms rendition by Quentin Peacock.

The Armiger’s ancestors originated from China in the south east province of Fujian. The family name dates-back to the Shang dynasty and originates from Bi Gan the son of King Wen Ding and uncle of Zhou the last King of the Shang dynasty.

The Badge of Cheong Ming Lam

The Armiger holds a Doctor of Philosophy degree in Business Management as well as receiving the Graduateship Award in Leadership and Management (GCGI) and the Licentiateship Award in Management (LCGI) of the City & Guilds Institute. He has a strong connection to the ancient City of London as he is a Freeman of the City, a former Freeman of the Guild of Freeman and was a former Liveryman of the Worshipful Company of Basketmakers. He has been adopted into the Royal Sultanate House of Sulu (Sulu Archipelago, South Philippines) by HM Meudzul Lail Tan Kiram, the 35th Sultan of Sulu and is therefore styled and addressed within the Sultanate as His Highness and given the traditional title of Datu.

The armiger is a Kentucky Colonel, Honorary Texas Navy Admiral and Honorary Alabama State Militia Colonel. He is also a Fellow of the Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland (FRAS), Patron of the Royal Academy of Music, Member of the British Academy of Management, Member of the Heraldry Society, Distinguished Honorary Fellow of the Royal Society of Armigers of Spain & Companion of the Order of Malta (U.K.).

For his academic contribution he has also received Honorary Professorships from Complutense University of Madrid & Carlos Albizu University. He has also received numerous Orders of Chivalry which includes: Royal Companion of the Collar of the Royal and Hashemite Order of the Pearl of Sulu, Hereditary Knight Grand Cross of the Royal Order of the Intare (Lion) and the Royal Order of the Crane (Royal House of Rwanda), Hereditary Knight of the Royal Order of Engabu granted perpetual hereditary nobility with the style “The Most Honourable” by King Solomon Iguru I of the Bunyoro-Kitara Kingdom, Knight Commander of the Royal Equestrian and Military Order of Saint Michael of the Wing (Royal House of Portugal), Silver Benemerenti Medal of the Sacred Military Constantinian Order of Saint George (Prince Pedro Bourbon-Two Sicilies, Duke of Calabria) and Bronze Benemerenti Medal (Prince Carlo Bourbon-Two Sicilies, Duke of Castro).

 
 

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