I get all fuzzy with the turn of events with this photo. I am pasting the conversation. When I finished High School, I taught in Kai Chung Secondary school, in Binatang. I left in Sept 1975. Albert Lau and Lily Chan were seniors, and I didn't teach them, but as with the Chinese tradition, they regard me as their teacher.
My Dad was the DEO, Divisional Education officer of the region, and Albert lau tagged me this photo, which I saw for the first time. My Dad was in the dark Batik shirt.
Yesterday, Joe Chan whom I knew via New Zealand Chinese Association wrote the following comments. I was curious as Joe originally came from Africa, who was his friend, Edward Chieng who knew my Dad.
I did quite a bit of enquiry, Joe's friend was his in-law from Sibu, his sister in law is my Face book friend. Piecing the pieces together, Edward Chieng was also a DEO in another division and his with Josephine belongs to the same clan, the Quang ling as me, she she even went to my book launch.
Still lots to find out. Like when she went to the book launch, did she know I was my Dad's daughter.
I still don't know the occasion when this photo was taken.
Memory — with Ivy Lee, Lily Chan, Dora Yii and Ann Chin.