Two families leave China 100 years ago, This is a journal recording their passage, their so-journ in Borneo and then on to Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, England and beyond. A fascinating account of how time and place have changed the members.
Monday, November 17, 2014
Ann's book CV April 2005
Diary of a Bereaved Mother
This is a real life story of losing one's only son. This experience
has made the author strong and caring. This tragedy has been a great
help for her to help understand other bereaved people. The author is
very brave to write this book. It has not been easy and she aims to
Used as a reference book for NICU staff at the Univerity Hospital, Toronto.
Dr Simon Rowley is a consultant at Starship Children's Hospital who's been given a copy of the book.
is a good reminder to all health professionals that when our patients
leave us, the story does not end for the parents. The detail is amazing,
and every little thought and action seems to have been recorded as it
happened, and then has been reflected upon.
"For parents undergoing
similar experiences this book could be a great comfort. For health
professionals, I would see it as essential reading."
This is a hundred-year-old journal of two families, the Chans and
the Kongs. It traces the first movement in 1907 from Kwang Zhou, China
to the jungles of Borneo. It is a six-generational record with the
second wave of movement to England, Canada, Japan, Singapore, Australia,
This book records with humor the life of a busy and active family
through World War II, the formation of Malaysia and Confrontation. It is
a personal reflection of a way of life that has moved on and provides
insight into a family and its relationships. It is most of all a work of
love and respect for the Chan and Kong families and for Father and
Her third book, Mail Order Bride is the first fiction piece from Ann.
She said that the book targets an audience of young adults and that it
appeals readers interested in social issues and ills that young adults
have to face.
Women suffers from oppression. This story traces the life of Nadine
who overcomes her own problems of oppression, grows up to be a social
worker and helps women who have suffered from physical and mental
violence, domestic violence, rape, pornography, swinging, sex slavery,