raymond foo la
Nope not Aloysious :)
I think he is Adrian Oei. Nice chap.
Adrian Michael Oei...looking fabulous!
flew 30 yrs. never see or hear of him before.
Anonymous said...Handsome meh?Not bad ma for a 74 yr old man like me lol
Thought is an old but stylish looking auntie
All wrong Liao la!She is actually PH TAY
PH Tay got saga one.Bad teeth and attitude to match,one could be forgiven,fir a cleaning lady.An AO being newlt indoctrinated into CC got slow in shaking her filty hand,and she reacted like a spurned cleaning lady.Now shouls be toothless and moved to Perth,I think.Same as Emaily De Chouta.Full of Sh!@!like in EEdia.Best dont step.
What used to be a mole or facial mark on the person's right cheek points toAdrian Oei.He was a flight attendant and along with many others became an "Administrative Officer" or AO for short. This was during the early days of SIA's rapid expansion when just about anyone was promoted, appointed, assigned (call it whatever you want)from Cabin crew to "executive" grade. All without tertiary qualifications. Most had Higher School Certificate ( HSC ) which somewhat equates to GCE A levels.Adrian was assigned as "AO (Crew Welfare)". Believe it or not.... there was an office role to look after crews' welfare. This was created as SIA started to fly long distance using the 747Bs and it made refueling stops in the Middle East at airports in Bahrain and Dubai. Each 747 flight had 18 crew then, and they were accommodated in apartments during the layovers.
Yes,those days I remembered wellBreak over in Dubai or Bahrein,then to LonIn B707,15 days longAnd it could make or break,only good for soloThe paxs were even better and classThey took out the whole set to lunchTo Kam Tong,in Bayswater,or pack 15 setsAnd now it looks the glamour is goneWhat to tell my grandchildOf those glorious daysOf respect and trust in one anotherThese covid times,showed it endedThe music stopped,the paxs no moreWhile I recall those glory daysOf Vietnam war and growing up yearLet those who read it know hereWe had the most fun,those flying daysGone, forever, memories are like these.
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