Fei and Su as grand children close to their 'Ee-Poh' are of no exception as Fei had been in US and China in her adolescent years while Su was primarily in the US. Fortunately, they did come home on occasions and these precious moments are captured below :
The funeral is on Monday 2pm at the Crematorium in Jalan Batu Gantung. Please check the google map here for location. Video clip of the funeral is found below.
Having described Fei and Su growing up in their early years close to 'Ee-Poh', it does not mean the boys did not have much contact with her when we did not live in the same home any more. As we were still living in the same city of Kuala Lumpur, family gatherings on the subsequent birth of each child or for birthday celebrations, festive season celebrations and other family activities kept both the girls and boys closely in touch with their 'Ee-Poh'.
Like most families with grand parents still alive, their homes serve as a gathering place for all the posterity. Though she was not the real grand ma of the family, the title of 'Ee-Poh' is a respected title given to a grand-aunt or step-grandmother. She did indeed fill the position as grand mother of the children because their real grand mother in KL had passed away long before they were ever born.