Al, Ing Bing, my daughter and I had a light breakfast in the airport.
In 1986, I returned with my 2 year old daughter from New Zealand. In one airport which I couldn't remember, I bumped into them. They were now a medical student and an engineering student. They were just as surprised as me. They treated me a drink and we talked.
Fast forward to 2012, we met at cyberspace via Facebook. Many of the students from Kai Chung school were looking for friends and teachers to join them for their reunion. It took me a long time to decide to join them. Ing Bing is now a gynaecologist and obstetrician at the Rejang Medical Centre and I was very privileged that he gave me a private tour of the centre.
Al couldn't make it from New York. As a Christian and a teacher, it is the greatest honour to have a student become a pastor and serve the Lord. He told me he is working as an engineer and working for the church.
For these two boys, I am so proud. Of course there are others too.
Here's Al. His sister Lena, now in England gave his his new suit.
with daughter Rachel and wife Doreen.
Helping out in the Operation Sandy/ a lot of breakfast to prepare.
Doreen at work.