The risk of cancer is higher among seniors but early detection saves lives


Wong counsels and educates other senior citizens with cancer, and spends time doing things he enjoys with his wife Chen. - ART CHEN/The Star

Retiree Wong Kuan Sing, 74, is in high spirits after a recent holiday in Hunan, China. Over hot coffee and snacks, he shares memorable stories of his trip, which included a visit to Zhangjiajie National Park, and Yangtze River cruise.

There was a time when Wong didn't think he’d live to take in breathtaking sights, what more the view of the spectacular Chinese national park, known for its breathtaking sandstone pinnacles that was the site of Hallelujah Mountains in James Cameron’s sci-fi film, Avatar.

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