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KUALA LUMPUR: The mother of murdered college student Kwan Chun Tai (pic) said her son was on track to graduate with a business degree from Tunku Abdul Rahman University College (TARC) next month.
Boutique worker Yong Ean Siang, 55, said her last conversation with Kwan was at 11am on Wednesday when she asked him to come home to collect his letters.
She added that Kwan, the younger of two siblings was hardworking and very active in college.
“I could not believe it when the police informed me he had been killed...who would have wanted to hurt my son,” she said when met at the Kuala Lumpur Hospital (HKL) yesterday.
She added that Kwan’s body would be sent to Kwong Tong Funeral Parlour along Jalan Dewan Bahasa for funeral arrangments.
Separately, a 20-year-old who only wanted to be known as Hakimi said he could only watch in horror as a man was stabbed to death right in front of him.
The said he was riding his motorbike heading home – the flats behind the Taman Melati Putra LRT station – when he saw the gruesome attack on van driver Lee Kah Ghee.
A shopkeeper who only wanted to be known as Irfan, in his 40s said he was stunned when the delivery boy confronted him outside his shop along Jalan Tumbuhan and punched him in the face.
“He was armed with a knife and all I could think of was to get my wife to safety,” he said, adding that a crowd of onlookers apprehended the suspect shortly after.
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