With Chinese names, the last name is at the front. So I’m guessing this person’s last name is Lee (although that isn’t a sound in Cantonese). In Mandarin, it would be 李 (most likely) which in pinyin is Li. Cantonese jyutping is pretty confusing since it’s not standardized but I’m guessing the Yau is Jau pronounces like 有 (in Cantonese), and I don’t think that’s a last name. The first name is most likely Koon Yau. I’m guessing the canto spelling is Kung Jau
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