Tuesday, June 21, 2016


persimmons, in China in the past, when mothers couldn't breastfeed their babies. The babies were fed with mashed persimmons. I have a story on this in "One Roof, Two Lives."

Traditional Medicine

My Sis E inherited the skills of a traditional medical practitioner.

Monday, June 20, 2016

Chinese immigrants

In my books, From China to Borneo to Beyond, and World War II, Chinese immigrants were not considered a citizen of Sarawak.
The Brooke Government had made it very clearly the law of ius sanguinis the rule of the blood, you are a Chinese regardless of where you are born.
I found my Father-in-law's entry certificate. He was considered an alien.