Dr Cheah Wing Yin

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Dr Cheah Wing Yin

Sunday, 3 October 2010; Back in action

Posted: 09 Oct 2010 06:48 AM PDT

11am – 12 noon; Walkabout in the SS2 morning market

Dr Cheah and the Damansara Utama Support Team went on a round to visit the SS2 morning market traders and customers.

This walkabout was significant for Dr Cheah, as it was his first visit to his constituents as an ADUN since his unfortunate accident. Despite his physical limitation, Dr Cheah is determined get back to work and to touch base with the Damansara Utama folks again.

The team also had a 'Meet the Press" session that morning.

DAMANSARA Utama assemblyman Dr Cheah Wing Yin is taking one step at a time as he resumes his political duties after a freak accident in March.

Dr Cheah made his first public appearance last weekend at the SS2 morning wet market to meet his constituents and traders.

Throughout the one-hour visit, the 55-year-old did not speak much but sat on a wheelchair and shook hands with the people and answered their queries.

His special assistant, Richard Yap, said Dr Cheah, who fractured his legs and a finger in the accident, needed the walker to move around. "He can walk but has to use the wheelchair because walking through the market was not easy," said Yap.

Many traders wished Dr Cheah and gave words of encouragement.
When reporters posed questions, Dr Cheah nodded and paused for a while before replying in less than five words. Yap said Dr Cheah still had a problem speaking and everyone had to help him.
"We also do not want to stress and burden him with work because he is still recovering," said Yap, who manages most of Dr Cheah's work for the constituency. Yap said Dr Cheah recognised the people but his only problem was that he could not speak properly yet.
Dr Cheah and his team are expected to attend more events and programmes in the weeks to come.

Sunday, 19 September 2010; Mid autumn festival gathering

Posted: 09 Oct 2010 06:34 AM PDT

6.30-10.00pm ; SS 2/18 padang

Dr Cheah's service centre and the SS2 Residents' Association (Selatan) jointly organized a mid-autumn festival gathering for the neighborhood. The function was overwhelmingly oversubscribed, with the turnout of about 1,200 residents far exceeding the organising committee's expectations.

Dr Cheah arrived at around 8.00 pm, together with Mrs Cheah and their son, Wei Leong. He received many warm words of encouragement from the residents.

Dr Cheah and friends - back on his feet

PJU MP Tony Pua takes the stage

Owing to the unexpectedly huge crowd, food and drinks was not enough for all. However, the crowd had an entertaining evening watching the magician and a mask-changing performance.

Two hundred and fifty lanterns were given out to the children, who then had a lantern procession around the neighbourhood.

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