《A Christmas Story》 __ Vincent Lee (65)

I don’t have that many stories to show my Jesuit teaching, but this one sticks out in my mind – to this day, especially around Christmas Fr Chantime.  It happened more than 20 years ago.
In the early 1990s, exact year I can’t remember (likely ’93 or 94), there was a large influx of refugees from Yugoslavia into North America escaping their civil war.  I remember the period, because before around 2000, I used to keep my in-the-mall clinic open twice a week, Tuesdays and Thursdays, to 8 PM to accommodate working class patients who could not get time off their day job, and I was always busy after 6 PM.
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My mission travels this year __ Vincent Lee (65)

Photo_87This year for my dental mission travels, I decided to join a group called “Dentistry for All”, founded some 20 years ago by a colleague at the U. of A. Dental School, an Edmonton pediatric dentist Dr. Dennis Bedard.  He just stepped down from his position as Professor and Chair of the Pedodontics Department at the school.  For quite a few years, he’s been urging me to join him for a mission. To continue … reading the article.

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The Spirit of Wah Yan continues__Vincent Lee

This has to do with “do a good turn”, “to do my duty to God”, “Wah Yan Spirit”, and “man for others”…….; all those meaningful “mottos” I learned from WYK and from scouting under 11th Kowloon Group.

In my 2011 photo journal to Guizhou, I mentioned in passing that I met this little girl whom the Rose Society was supporting through high school.  Here’s the whole story, brought up to date, that I wish to share with you all.

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