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華仁仔 | 26th Apr 2012, 4:30 AM | 母校情 | (224 Reads)

同屆同學姚志江,已於上星期在新加坡去世。

喪禮會在4月27日星期五舉行。

吾人不勝哀悼。

 Hi Guys, 

I am touched by all the emails from you and other classmates since Monday, it’s really hard for me to express my feeling about this tragedy. BTW, I am sorry if I have misled some of you by putting 5D next to my first email. Thank you Steve for your clarification. 

I know CK since day 1 in WYK, we both were in class 1B. Since we lived only one block away in Tung Tau Tsuen, we became good friends and travelled to school together every day. Because both our parents were from Chiu Chow, our same dialect brought me close to CK’s family as well. Though we were not in the same class since Form 2 or 3, Scouting kept us together until we resigned from Venture Unit in ’72. 

We went on different paths after leaving WYK but I was still close to CK’s family until I migrated to NZ in 1990. CK moved to Singapore in 1994 and we lost contact for the next 10 years until we ran into each other at Lo Wu Checkpoint - what a small world! It was CK who put me back in touch with the class ’71 in 2004. Over the last 8 years, we probably met half a dozen times only – and never again! 

As an old friend of over 45 years, I couldn’t stop asking myself what if I had called CK up when he didn’t turn up in Shanghai last Oct? All I can do now is to pray for his soul and those survived. 

Steve, thank you for taking the initiative to deliver 帛金 to Julie on behalf of Class ’71. How should we contribute back into the fund? I agree with David Ho in his other email that we should wait until our mates in Singapore have the opportunity to speak with Julie before planning what to do next. 

For Don, CK has two daughters – the elder one is about 22 and the younger 19. CK just turned 58 this week, if he was not taken away from us. 

Take care and life is indeed fragile! 

Peter Ng

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Pius was right , CK was not 5D but in 5C .Still he had been once so close to us and went to the same school with us in the good old days of Wah Yan.

Like many others , I met CK again in the Wah Yan Re-union Dinner 2004. From then on, whenever CK came back to HK , he would call me , dropped by to my office , we will then have a coffee in the Habitu or Starbucks cross the street of my office and chatted for hours until his other appointments. 

We all found strange for he had confirmed his coming to all events of our Class’ 71 40th Anniversary but did not show up. Terrence and I spoke to Samuel  privately and asked Samuel to take CK’s souvenir back to Singapore , to contact him and see what happened to him. According to Sam’s email yesterday, he contacted CK several times but he had been reluctant to come out.                   

For your information, since the time is so tight, the OC had initiated HK$10,001 as帛金 and deliver to the family on the Friday Funeral services through Samuel or NG Chi Fan 吳子帆 for they are in Singapore. For further donations or other thoughts , we will do that afterwards. 

For Don who forgot how CK looked , see attached photo , sitting , the 4th counting from the left or right . 

As Robert Ku suggested, let’s pray for CK and his family on Friday. 

I’ve included Peter Ng in the loop for he had been close with CK after Wah Yan and to my understanding he knows the family pretty well.   

Steve  Luk