About Quin Er

Chan Quin Er (simplified Chinese: 陈君儿; traditional Chinese: 陳君兒; pinyin: Chén Jūn Er; born 7 March 1987 is a passionate lawyer, professional voice talent, celebrated Master of Ceremonies, motivational speaker and a firm believer in standing up for the underprivileged. She believes in giving back to the community and has always been volunteering to help the destitute and the poor. Her easy-going yet professional style in voiceovers and narration made her the voice behind several commercials. She is the chirpy voice behind “Baskin Robbins 31!”.

Early Life & Education

Born and raised in Kuala Lumpur (Old Klang Road), Quin Er is a third-generation Malaysian of Chinese descent. Quin Er is of the Thoy San Cantonese dialect group and her ancestors were from Guanghai, a small town in the Taishan Prefecture in Guangdong, China. She speaks fluent Bahasa Malaysia, English, Mandarin and Cantonese. She has also been a Master of Ceremonies from a young age and is a practising Buddhist. Quin Er came from humble beginnings and spent most of her early childhood in a wooden house at 4 ½ Mile Old Klang Road and low-cost flats in Taman United.