Source: Source:The Sun
Translated by: R.E.D @ http://asianuniverse.net/forums/
A policeman was forced to retired young when he contracted a genetic disorder of the brain, and confined to a wheelchair. His first wife then disappeared with their 18 months old daughter. He has been looking for his daughter ever since. Now after 28 years, his health is deteriorating, the 55 year old retired policeman misses his daughter very much. He is still hoping he will see his daughter before he dies. With the help from the "Retired police officer in Hong Kong Association of Volunteer Service", he is appealing in the facebook, in the hope that he will find his daughter.
"Yun Yun, after I became ill, your mother took you away from me and left Lei Muk Shue Estate. It is now over 20 year that you have disappeared, you should be about 30 years old now and may have your own happy family too. My health is not very good, may not live long. I hope I can see you before I die."
55 year old Kong Yum Ping joined the police force in 1977. In 1983, he found out he had a hereditary brain disease, his arms and legs started to shake and tremor. He could not stand up, and eventually confined in a wheel chair. He came home one day in 1984, and found his house in a mess. His wife had disappeared with their 18 months old daughter Yun Yun. The following year, he had to retire from the police force, and was living in a retired home. In 1998, he met his present wife who was working as a carer there. The couple are now living at a unit in Kwai Chung on social security. Kong knows his health is deteriorating, and hasn't got long to live, his only wish is to re-unite with his daughter again.
Liu Kit Ming, member from the "Retired police officer in Hong Kong Association of Volunteer Service" said with the help of facebook, they hope father and daughter will re-unite soon.
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