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Dr George Lim Ah Soo was always churning out ideas, full of suggestions to improve the horse racing industry. He also had an amazing memory that enabled him to identify the capabilities of each horse, earning him the nickname “Walking Dictionary”.
THE ongoing pandemic did not deter past and present students from coming together once again for the annual thanksgiving memorial service for Reverend Robert Sparke Hutchings, the founder of Penang Free School (PFS).
GEORGE TOWN: The reopening of schools that began this week has drawn mixed reaction from parents, with some expressing relief over the decision and others conveying concerns at the present Covid-19 situation.
Newcomer author’s historical fiction novel's spans social classes in China, the raging 1910 plague and WWII survival in George Town
GEORGE TOWN: Having hid in the jungles of Sitiawan, Perak, as a child over four long years during the Japanese occupation, octogenarian Hwang Hong Shi has cherished every day of his life since.
PETALING JAYA: The name Koe Ewe Teik may not ring a bell to today’s generation but at one stage of his life, the charismatic and distinguished educationist-cum-football coach-cum-referee was hugely respected across the international football family.
IPOH: When we talk about plague, Penang-born epidemiologist Dr Wu Lien-Teh’s name always comes to mind.
GEORGE TOWN: Despite scoring 9A+, Bryan Cheong felt a little down because there was no chance to go to school to meet his buddies to get their results.
The writer gleans wisdom from an old Scouter who was passionate about scouting and leadership.