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Name : THONG Geok Lee (4 April 1962 - 6 November 2012)
Talents : Trainer and communicator through Story Telling, Self taught pianist, Choir soprano vocalist and conductor, Artist & painter, Qualified and trained Interior Designer, Talented and trained Writer, Excellent cooking and baking skills, Computer & Internet savy, Effective communicator in English, Mandarin and Malay
Accomplishments : Top prize winner of Singapore's Story Telling Contest, Engaged by world famous architect as Interior Designer for Malaysian projects, Transformed a Singapore HDB unit using space efficient Japanese design, Qualified to be a member of the Singapore Symphony Choir (SSC), Appeared on Singapore Television in a cause to help cancer patients, Successful motherhood of 6 children, Travelled widely from USA in the west to most parts of Asia and going as far as FrenchPolynesia, Sang with the world famous Mormon Tabernacle Choir on Temple Square in Salt Lake City, USA
Geok Lee is a multi-talented woman who has been exemplary of the ability to learn and adapt in a fast changing world. As a result, she is well equipped with the talent to teach others through her assortment of creative talents.
Challenged with the responsibility to raise and teach 6 children, she did it successfully and when they were old enough, she went back to a school of Arts to qualify as an Interior Designer. She gained professional work experience in that field and decided to venture to using her other talents of writing and story telling where she can spend more time with family.
Very quickly her talent was recognized as she gets invited to share her talent of Story Telling which is fast becoming an effective method of communication not just to children but works well in the adult world too. Her family and friends were overjoyed to see her perform in a Story Telling contest in Singapore and became the top cash prize winner!
After a 7 year battle against cancer, the Mom of our family passed away peaceful at the Singapore hospital at 8.06pm on Tuesday 6 November 2012 to return to her heavenly home. She is dearly missed by family members and friends to this day..
" In a world that is constantly changing, there is no one subject or set of subjects that will serve you for the foreseeable future, let alone the rest of your life. The most important skill to acquire now is LEARNING HOW TO LEARN. "
-- John Naisbitt --