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23 June 2012

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Very touching. In wherever/whatever areas of profession we are engaged in, we get to serve with our heart. God sees and will reward accordingly according to His own timing.

Awesome story. I enjoyed reading it.

I like the extract from the diary. It has made to think more about what I can do and offer. I should work for the sake of being paid but also to help and develop our country.

Small and humble beginings will lead to greater things later in life.

That was a great read. It is an honor to know people like yourself of inspiration. You do make PNGean's proud. You should feel proud of yourself too.

Jay Amgen - No not the end, more to come later.

One of the things I remember our lecturers used to say was how shy, almost painfully timid, PNG Med Students were. They were right mostly...

I also remember having a conversation with a fellow PNG doctor who managed with much persistence to gain a fellowship with the Australian College of Physicians.

He also stated that difficulties in expressing himself (in English) had been a big hurdle for him to overcome.

Very engaging Poyap. You have a book in you.

Very interesting. I would like to hear more from other westerners who have lived and studied in PNG universities. I think you should also publish this work with PNG Magazines.

Hey..... Is that the end of the story???

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