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Filed Under (Class of '70s) by oldboys on 21-05-2019

CARDIOLOGIST WITH A KIND HEART FOR HIS PATIENTS & STUDENTS

Prof. Lang Chim Choy, fondly known as CHIMPANZEE by his MBS mates (class of 1976) is a world renowned consultant cardiologist with training in clinical pharmacology and a whopping 10295 citations to date and still counting. He is currently the head of a Division in the University of Dundee Medical School. His research is defined by its distinctiveness and ground-breaking practical applications to improving the health of patients world-wide. His work with Prof Struthers is now used as an international guideline for the diagnosis and treatment of heart failure and has helped saved countless lives. For a man of such achievements, he is extremely humble. Read the rest of this entry »



Filed Under (Class of '70s) by oldboys on 25-04-2019

A GARDENER’S SON BECOMES A DATUK (P.J.N.)

The sixth child among 8 other siblings, Parameswaran was reminded by his parents since young that “I won’t defend you. You defend yourself”. This is the philosophy which he uses in life – to be accountable to himself. His father was a gardener at the Prime Minister’s residence. The Prime Minister then was Tun Hussein Onn.

Datuk Parameswaran Ganason, class of 1975 (MCE) worked after class in Form 3 to subsidise his family’s income.  He was paid RM 0.50 per hour for picking tennis balls at Selangor Club. Even as a young boy, his good work values and ethics won him favour in the eyes of the tennis coach and the expatriate club members. They bought him a racquet and the coach gave him lessons for free. Datuk did not disappoint them as he went on to play for Selangor in 1979! Read the rest of this entry »



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