Western naming conventions place the family name AFTER the given name(s), so the given name usually comes first. If you see a comma, this will mean the family name has been written first...
Hilary Rodham Clinton - Clinton is the surname or family name
Davis, John Thomas - Davis is the surname or family name
Using the Western way also applies easily to Chinese and Vietnamese names, although you will need to take note of the different formats a Chinese name can take.
Please note that the APA Citation Style rules do not make specific provision for non-Western names.
This can make things very confusing, especially when you consider:
Sometimes an author will use the Western way of writing a name, probably to try and make things easier. If you are not sure which format to use, try finding other works that cite the author, or check the author's website or resume.
If you cannot find an appropriate example, our advice in the case of most non-Western names is to write them as they appear even though the reference managers like Mendeley will cite them according to the Western naming style. Do not include the bin and binti