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Ahad, 4 November 2012
Pesakit Kanser Buta Mampu Main Piano
cancer, girl learns to play the keyboard by ear
Thursday, Nov 01, 2012The Star/Asia News NetworkBy P. Aruna
KUALA LUMPUR - To her mother, it is heavenly music when cancer-stricken
Ngeo Jia Yee gently runs her frail fingers over an electronic keyboard. The
instrument was presented to the 11-year-old by a well-wisher who was touched by
her musical talent and interest. Jia Yee cannot see the keys but her fingers
flew over the keyboard as she played the sweet strains of Auld Lang Syne and
other lilting tunes.
Tan Kim Lan, 36, said her daughter learnt it all by ear as they could
not afford a music tutor. At their rented room in Selayang, Tan said Jia Yee
first learnt to play the instrument after a friend gave her a used keyboard. Seeing
the girl's talent and interest, a well-wisher later presented her with a new
electronic keyboard, which Jia Yee now plays every day. Tan said the cancer had
eaten into Jia Yee ever since she was first diagnosed with retinoblastoma or
eye cancer when she was just a two-year-old toddler. She had her right eye
removed; after which, she slowly lost the vision in her other eye. Earlier this
year, the family was dealt another blow when Jia Yee was diagnosed with jaw
bone cancer. She started chemotherapy, causing her to lose hair. Despite her
ailment, Jia Yee remains chatty and cheerful.
"She is a very talkative girl and loves to ask a lot of questions
and learn new things," said Tan, a single mother who also has a
nine-year-old son. The father deserted the family eight years ago after Jia Yee
was found to have cancer. Tan, formerly a seamstress, stopped working to take
care of the girl, who has not been going to school for the past two months due
to her frequent medical check-ups. "It would have been a greater strain on
me if Jia Yee had not been registered with the Welfare Department. We do not
have to pay hospital bills," said Tan, whose mother supports them
financially and takes care of her son.
Anyone interested to provide free
music lessons to Jia Yee at her home can call Alex at 016-205 2328.