Posts Tagged ‘discipline

11
May
11

ChuaCC sings Amazing Grace

The Class of 1971 had the pleasure of Mr Chua Cheng Chye (R.I.P.)  as their special guest during their Class Reunion Dinner held on 07 June 2003. In this video, CCC talked candidly about life, teaching, music and singing. He sang “Amazing Grace” towards the end of the video. Video shot by and courtesy of Mak Kai Kin. Posted by Tedin.

24
Apr
11

Remembering Chua Cheng Chye

This article was published in the Malacca Anglo-Chinese School’s 100th Anniversary of The Macsian:

24
Apr
11

About Chua Cheng Chye

This article on Chua Cheng Chye was published in the 75th Anniversary of ACS Malacca School Magazine in 1985. (Note: This is a sticky post that will remain on top of all other blog entries. Please use the cursor or Pg Dn key to move to the latest posts below.)

11
Nov
08

Bert Tan’s tribute to Chua CC

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Chua CC’s funeral at the Wesley Methodist Church, Malacca, 9 Nov 2008, photo & text by Bert Tan

I first met Mr Chua when I was taken to register to ACS Primary School in December of 1974 , I entered Standard One in 1975 , Mr Chua was then our Headmaster . I have some memories of his kindness and being a soft spoken gentlemen and he’d always store some school uniforms in spare for the students who soiled their pants , few of my classmates did. He retired in 1977 when I was in Standard 3 , replaced by the fierce looking , no nonsense Mr Kua Beng Choon.

I had the chance of meeting Mr Chua again in 1982 , when my older brother of Macsian 77 / ex BB , had forced me ( due to my mischief’s ) to get enlisted in the Boys Brigade. Mr Chua taught us discipline , obedience , humility , tolerance and sharing good Christian values to all of us . He has no reservations over the rich or the poor , race and religions. Though a Buddhist , I am proud to say that I was brought up basically in a Christian way , thanks to Mr Chua for his endless dedication working with young people in shaping them to be a better person. He builds our character and developed our talent.

In the Boys Brigade (BB), I was made the Company’s bugler as Mr Chua deliberately assigned me due to my asthma, he would keep on saying that being a bugler would build up my lungs. In many of the BB outdoor activities I’ve learnt to swim and now I am a certified scuba diver. Like my seniors before me , I’ve also had the privilege of having great ,meals at Mr Chua’s White House. His maid Bibiek would prepare us pohpiah , mee rebus , the famous chicken pie etc and always hot tea with milk. The Bibiek was a true maestro in Nyonya dishes These occasion only happened on Sunday afternoons , we would go to there to do some gardening and repairing work on the White House. In those days , there were some rumours of some interesting magazines kept in the White House , I would sneak to look out for it but never been successful , I’m still wondering where those magazines were kept. I also had a very rare chance of encountering a furiously angry Mr Chua , it happened once when the Boys got out of hand , it was a frightening sight , it made our little manhood shrunk !

Mr Chua was a Great Educator and father figure to us all . Appreciation to his work and dedication is limitless. He will always be remembered in our hearts .




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

In Memoriam

Chua Cheng Chye 1922-2008
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