Moses Chan Moves into New Home for Son’s Schooling

By on September 3, 2018 in NEWS

Moses Chan Moves into New Home for Son’s Schooling

Known to put his children’s well-being before himself, Moses Chan (陳豪) recently gave up residence at his current home and moved to a new leased home in Larvotto so that the family can be closer to his son’s school.

Fretting over their oldest son’s education over the last year, Moses and Aimee Chan (陳茵媺) finally found a suitable school for Aiden – a Singaporean international school in Larvotto. Vicki Zhao’s (趙薇) daughter also attends the same school.

Since the Chan’s original home is far away from Aiden’s school, the family ultimately decided that moving would be more suitable. It would enable them to shorten the travel time to school.

In the afternoon when it school was finished, Moses was seen going to pick up Aiden in a seven-seater van. The car windows were completely covered by curtains for privacy. Moses’ driver drove directly into the underground parking lot of the school before picking up Aiden and heading back home.


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