KBTC teachers reunite


All smiles: KBTC buddies and lecturer reunited after four decades.

After four decades of separation, the long-awaited reunion of former trainee teachers and a cherished lecturer from Kota Bharu Teacher’s College (KBTC) finally came to fruition.

The reunion, held on May 1 at a hotel in Petaling Jaya, Selangor, was a joyous occasion filled with laughter, tears and reminiscences of days gone by.

Attendees who are now retired teachers, lawyers, lecturers and principals travelled from near and far to be a part of this momentous event, eager to reconnect with old friends and pay tribute to the lasting bonds forged during their time at KBTC.

Amid the luxurious setting, collegiate buddies shared stories, exchanged updates on their lives and relived cherished memories from their youth.

The presence of their beloved lecturer Lim See Kiat and his wife added to the significance of the gathering, as his former charges expressed their gratitude for his mentorship and guidance that had shaped their lives and careers.

The reunion served as a poignant reminder of the enduring power of friendship and the lasting impact of education.

As old friends embraced, sharing laughter and tears, it was evident that the bonds formed at KBTC had stood the test of time, remaining as strong as ever.

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