Woman looking for brothers


  • Nation
  • Saturday, 04 Mar 2006

IPOH: She last saw her two younger brothers 46 years ago after their parents divorced. 

Noriah Abdullah, 60, now wants to reunite with Phoon Fook Seng and Fook Yuen whom she last saw when she was 14 years old. 

“My mother Yaw Oi Toh had taken me to see them at Jinjang, Selangor, where they were staying with my father,” she told reporters at the state MCA Public Service and Complaints Bureau. 

Present was bureau chief Datuk Ho Cheng Wang. 

Noriah showing a wedding photo of Fook Seng in Ipoh on Friday. Behind her are Ho (centre) and Perak MCA organising secretary Dr Mah Hang Soon.

As a result of the divorce, Yaw was awarded custody of Noriah and an older sister while her father was given custody of her two brothers. 

Her older sister attended Fook Seng's wedding over 20 years ago, but after that they were unable to locate him. All they have is his wedding photograph. 

Fook Seng would be about 60 years old now, and Fook Yuen, 57. 

Ho urged those with information to either contact the state MCA office at 05-253 6981 during office hours or Noriah at 05-527 1024 or 019-493 5008.  

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