Interest in writing comics pays off for writer when he wins top prize


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  • Sunday, 12 Jul 2015

One for the album: (From left) Popular Holdings Limited director David Chia, Tunku Halim, Boey and Star Media Group Bhd Chief Operating Officer, Content Development, June Wong posing for photographs after the awards ceremony.

KUALA LUMPUR: As a young boy, Cheeming Boey had big dreams of becoming a comic artist. Many people discouraged him, however, telling him that he could never earn a living that way.

Nonetheless, the plucky chap stuck to his guns, and his hard work paid off. His book, the autobiographical comic When I Was a Kid 3, took first prize in the non-fiction category at the recent Popular-The Star Readers Choice Awards (RCA).

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