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Cheah Cheng Hye in the 1970s

CYCLING along Weld Quay one day in December 1971 around lunch time, a 17-year old boy by the name of Cheah Cheng Hye spotted a long queue in front of an office.

Cheah, a student from Penang Free School (PFS), had just taken the final paper on mathematics for the Malaysian Certificate of Education (MCE) examination.

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