Oct 30, 2014
Mr Han goes to Phuket today. His boss
Joe asked me to a farewell breakfast at the usual food court. Mr Han had
his laksa while Joe, for the first time, order beef ball and fish ball
soup noodles. "I have never seen you order this dish," Mr Han commented.
"Usually it is laksa and you drink all the gravy!"
I ordered the chee chiong fun with sesame seed and sweet sauce at $1.60.
thought yesterday's breakfast was the last till Mr Han comes back from
Phuket on Tuesday. As he had to go for his routine blood test for
diabetes yesterday, he did not eat breakfast and was grouchy. He was at
the food court and dozed off. The hawker lady from China, selling laksa,
came to the table and curled her right index finger, indicating that Mr
Han must have passed away. This was her sense of humour learnt from
After the breakfast today, Joe said I should take a
photo of Mr Han as the "last" image.. In case his plane crashed. "It is
best not to say such things," I tried to educate Joe who has this type
Yesterday Joe was on the same topic of plane crash and
asked Mr Han to visit him after the crash and let him know he had come
from heaven or hell. "Is there such a place as heaven or hell?" Joe
"There is a supernatural but you need to
encounter to believe," I narrated a story of my client who asked me to
help her design a logo. Blood spots appeared on the table and draft logo
papers when the design was not satisfactory to "datuk". A Caucasian
employee had brought in a draft logo on his own initiative and designed
by somebody while I was in the room. Blood spots appeared in this draft
logo paper. Finally, there was a draft logo design done by me and the
client with no appearance of blood and this would be deemed approved.
am more the scientific-evidence type and this encounter would be hard
for anyone to believe," I said to the two senior citizens. "I don't
believe if I have not witnessed this event."