By ChuaCC

This blog is put together by a group of friends, students, scouts, boys brigade, church members, family members and anyone who had some contact with Chua when he was alife and likes to join in the memory of Chua in the cyberspace.

Please feel free to comment or to add to the blog and also tell your friends about joining in a collective project.

The moderators at the moment (but can change to include more)

Victor Chin (ACS class65), email: vicchin@gmail.com

Bert Tan (ACS class 85) email: masterchiefbert@gmail.com


4 Responses to “About ChuaCC blog”


  1. December 23, 2008 at 8:36 am

    I was ACPS 1968 class 6A student. Mr. Chua is a kind, selfless and sincere person. Even as a primary school kid I was very much touched by his caring ways. I cannot remember most of my class teachers even though I was in contact with them almost everyday for each school year but Mr. Chua Cheng Chye I remembered you very well. Thank you for your guidance during those wonderful critical primary school years.

  2. 2 Alex Hee
    May 26, 2009 at 7:34 am

    Being a member of his extended family, and as his god-grand-son as he fondly called me, Mr. Chua has written many letters to me during the course of the time when I was living in PJ. The words of wisdom coming from my god-grand-father during times of crisis was routinely found from the bible. And, that he was keeping us in his prayers. I believe I still have kept his letters in my closet all these years. Now that I am based and living in Hong Kong, not a moment goes by where his thoughts continue to dwell with me.

    In addition, Mr. Chua was then the captain of the Boys Brigade in Melaka and that motivated us juniors to join the 1st PJ Boys Brigade many years ago. With the likes of Captain Yap Khee Khoon (Peter), yes I still remember you, together with Steven Yap, and a few others who trained us juniors for a few good years over at the Methodist Church.

    I feel this website not only does justice to remembering the life, works and wisdom of Mr. Chua Cheng Chye but also to bring together friends & family of yesteryears.

  3. 3 Alex Hee
    May 27, 2009 at 1:31 am

    Dear Moderator,

    I’d like to make an amendment on one of the points below. It’s not Steven Yap. I couldn’t remember his surname, so I’ll just change it to Steven. Please make that relevant change. Thanks.

    Being a member of his extended family, and as his god-grand-son as he fondly called me, Mr. Chua has written many letters to me during the course of the time when I was living in PJ. The words of wisdom coming from my god-grand-father during times of crisis was routinely found from the bible. And, that he was keeping us in his prayers. I believe I still have kept his letters in my closet all these years. Now that I am based and living in Hong Kong, not a moment goes by where his thoughts continue to dwell with me.

    In addition, Mr. Chua was then the captain of the Boys Brigade in Melaka and that motivated us juniors to join the 1st PJ Boys Brigade many years ago. With the likes of Captain Yap Khee Khoon (Peter), yes I still remember you, together with Steven, and a few others who trained us juniors over at 1st PJ BB for a few good years over at the Methodist Church.

    I feel this website not only does justice to remembering the life, works and wisdom of Mr. Chua Cheng Chye but also to bring together friends & family of yesteryears.

  4. 4 Cheng Heng Jiang
    May 27, 2009 at 8:28 am

    Mr Chua Cheng Chye reflected the best of humanity – generous, selfless and sincere. I had the privilege of meeting Mr Chua during my trips back to my hometown of Malacca as I participated in activities with the 1st Malacca Boys’ Brigade company during my teenage years in the mid 1980’s.

    I remember him as being a pragmatic fellow who didn’t hesitate to provide a firm guiding hand in ways of the world. His generosity extended beyond the Boys’ Brigade and “old boys” as he somehow had a knack for securing resources to better the lives of those around him be they spiritual, social or economic.

    I best remember him as being a grandfather figure to all the boys, myself included. It’s amazing to see how one man can inspire a whole generation (or perhaps two).

    You will not be forgotten despite the tyranny of distance, time and fading memories. Thank you, Mr Chua.

    Cheng Heng Jiang
    previously from 1st Petaling Jaya
    Sydney, Australia.
    ps thanks to Alex Hee for this link


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Please join in this fund raising project.
Donors to date:
1. Wong Yunn Chii - '71 (RM2000)
2. Lim Kim Tay - '71 (RM2000)
3. MACSIAN74 (RM2000)
4. Vic's Art Prints Sale (RM2500)
5. Tedin Ng - '71 (RM1620)
6. Class of 1971 (RM1038)
7. Woon Tai Hai - '74 (RM1000)
8. Paul Cheok - '76 (RM1000)
9. Chua Beng Own - '70 (RM1000)
10. Class of 1985 - (RM1000)
11. MACS '74 '09 Dinner (RM850)
12. Bien Hock Nien - '55 (RM500)
13. Victor Chin - '67 (RM500)
14. Jimmy Chiam - '80 (RM500)
15. Peter Yap - MES '71 (RM500)
16. Eng Kim Leng - '76 (RM500)
17. Heng Chin Lai - '78 (RM500)
18. Loy Kwee Keow - '76 (RM500)
19. Chin Kai Wah - '55 (RM500)
20. Albert Chan HL - '55 (RM500)
21. Dennis Ee - '76 (RM200)
22. Oh Kim Leng - '77 (RM200)
23. Wong Swee Lim - '56 (RM200)
24. Wee Hock Guan - '76 (RM200)
25. Raymond Ong - '73 (RM100)
26. Anonymous - (RM100)
27. Tommy Chen - '85 (RM490)

Total: RM21,998.00

Tedin Ng -'71 (RM5000)
Donation in kind to ACS primary

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