Eye-opening journey to dad’s ancestral home in China

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  • Thursday, 23 Jan 2014

A visit to the family ancestral home in Fujian, China, turned out to be an eye-opening experience.

MY father died of cancer when I was only 12. His untimely death left a void in my life which I had yet to come to terms with.

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