Monday, July 9, 2018

Book CV 2018 ann


作者

Ann Kit Suet Chin-Chan.
 

Ann Kit Suet Chin is a New Zealand Chinese writer. She was born in Sibu, Sarawak, Malaysia. She attended Methodist Primary and Secondary School in Sibu. She graduated from Windsor University in Canada, Auckland University and Auckland University of Technology.

Ann is the fourth child of the late John Chan Hiu Fei and Mary Kong Wah Kiew. She is married to Chin Chen Onn, PhD. She has three surviving children, Deborah, Gabrielle and Sam. Her third child, Andrew died when he was a baby and is the inspiration of her first book.



作者 陈洁雪

洁雪是新西兰的华人,出生于马来西亚砂拉越的诗巫市。早年在诗巫卫理小学和卫理中学受中小学教育。大学毕业于加拿大的温舍大学、新西兰的奥克兰大学和奥克兰科技大学。

洁雪是已故陈鹞飞夫妇的女儿,家中排行第四。






Friday, May 18, 2018

sister and serenity






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Grace Chan's photo.

Sister Judith, late of Bintulu, My Ah Do Jie , my second cousin, (her Dad, late Master Kok Fei, my Dad's first Cousin) died in 2016 at 7.30am Malaysian time.
She taught in Sarikei, Sri Aman and Bintulu convent Kindergartens. Those of you who went there and/or had children there would remember her.
As for me, I like to remember her in this photo. I was twenty. I can't remember what occasion it was. Was it to mark my going to Canada. My Ah Do Jie was always soft spoken, gentle and perfect for kindy kids.
My last memory of Ah Do Jie, was she rushed from Sri Aman to Kuching to see my Dad before he died. She didn't make it, but made it to his wake and funeral. She told me, "Your Dad, was not only my uncle, he was also a very good employer. Dad was the DEO."
Sister Judith to those who know her, will always be my Ah Do Jie.
She has fought the good fight. God has called her home.

may 13 other

https://cilisos.my/the-other-racial-riot-before-may-13-which-we-didnt-know-about/

may 13 Malay

https://cilisos.my/5-malays-tell-us-their-side-of-the-shocking-events-on-may-13th-1969/

may 13 two

https://cilisos.my/7-malaysians-share-their-most-vivid-memories-of-may-13-1969/

may 13

https://cilisos.my/photos-the-tiny-may-13-cemetery-most-malaysians-never-knew-about/

Tuesday, May 8, 2018

Ronald McDonald House

I have not written about my late baby Andrew for a while. In 1989, my baby was born with a terminal prognosis. There was no Ronald McDonald house then. The hospital gave me a room at the nurses home. It wasn't ideal as I had other children then. Still it was better than nothing. Beggars couldn't be choosers.  I stay there for 55 days until he died.

I know first hand how it is like to be away from your sick child.



It's the RMHC New Zealand Family Appeal this week. Help kids like Kate stay together with their family while they receive treatment. Text TOGETHER to 4483 to donate $3 or look out for our collectors on the street around NZ this Friday #togethermattersNo automatic alt text available.Image may contain: 6 people, people smiling