Dad Who Travels To Changi Prison Gratefully Declined Offer Of New Bike



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Dad Who Travels To Changi Prison Gratefully Declined Offer Of New Bike

By JustineG

In a heartwarming story that recently captured the attention of many, a dedicated father from Malaysia has been making the journey from Johor to Singapore twice a month to visit his son in Changi Prison. 

Cheong Kah Pin, a 67-year-old man, has touched the hearts of strangers with his unwavering love for his son.

News of Cheong's regular motorcycle trips across the causeway in the early hours of the morning spread quickly, raising concerns for his safety. 

Touched by his commitment, many kind-hearted individuals offered to sponsor him with a new motorcycle, hoping to ease his travels to the prison. However, despite the generosity, Cheong gratefully declined the offer.

The public has even offered to arrange round trips for him, but he declined the offer saying he has been riding his bike for many years and he too, doesn't want to trouble anyone in the middle of the night.

Cheong's vegetable business also received overwhelming support. For two consecutive days, his produce sold out completely, earning him over RM200 a day. Customers even suggested selling his products online to reach more customers, but Cheong humbly declined, expressing his gratitude that it'll be enough if his customers continued showing their support at his stall in Pasar Awan Taman Johor Jaya.

Cheong expressed his heartfelt appreciation for all the kind gestures and support he has received. While he acknowledges the concern for his safety and the generous offers, he prefers to continue his early morning trips to the prison and is grateful for the thoughtfulness behind the offers.

As the story gained traction, it serves as a reminder of the power of a father's love and compassion within communities. The public's overwhelming response reflects the collective spirit of caring and looking out for one another. Cheong's dedication and gratitude are an inspiration to us all.

In conclusion, we extend our best wishes to Cheong Kah Pin, hoping for his continued health and well-being. May the public's support and care serve as a source of strength as he continues to visit his son in Changi Prison.

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