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I will be participating in a charity event “Hair for Hope”, to raise fund for children suffering from childhood cancer. This head-shaving event is organized by “Children’s Cancer Foundation (CCF)” and will be held in Singapore (Level  1, Central Court A & B, VivoCity) on 26 & 27 July 2014.


My bald statement is to create awareness among my circle of relatives and  friends on cancer and to give courage to cancer patients in general and children in particular. It is okay to become bald after cancer treatment for e.g. chemotherapy for I am also bald. I will then have my head shaved to garner support and donation for this purpose.


I hope you will also provide your support to the charity event “Doctors Without Borders”, by giving your donation to MSF.


Below is an image of me before and a will be image after the above mentioned head-shaving event for your perusal. The actual image will be posted on this blog after 27 Jul 2014, the day my head will be shaved.


Today is 27th Jul 2014, Singapore time zone. The event takes place as planned, the professional hover the shaver over my head and a few minutes later the actual transformation happens and enclosed for your perusal.

Next, would you be so kind to donate/support MSF.

Cheers,

John chin

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  1. Susan Keohan

    Hi John,

    This is so great, that you are blogging – and going bald!!! – to raise money for such excellent causes.

    All of us are touched in some way or another by someone who is ill.  Your commitment – even though I know you will look great bald! – is very admirable.

    Thank you so much for sharing!

    Sue

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      1. Susan Keohan

        Hi John,

        That’s great!  You look very handsome either way (and the inner light – which you have for doing this – definitely shows).

        I know many members of our community have been touched by cancer and will appreciate your inspiration.

        Cheers,
        Sue

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  2. Kee Seng (John) CHIN Post author

    Thank God that the charity event in Singapore went smoothly over last weekend and thanks for the supporting words.

    With the blessing, may the activities for MSF also go smoothly.

    Kind regards,

    John

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