September 19, 2016

The day is here, not my IB results but my biopsy results - close enough, do or die right? Sadly, the Drs told us that the biopsy had no results were shown. This left everyone in the family worried as we didn’t know in what direction I could head in, I could either reco...

September 12, 2016

5:30 in the morning… Lets be honest - nobody enjoys waking up this early. Woke up to a feast of medication, 16 tablets. The last bite of food I had was last night, I had to keep my stomach empty so that the medication to makes me drowsy would kick in. The Biopsy was sc...

September 11, 2016

For the past couple of days, I’ve been logged out of my social media. I don’t know what it is about this hospital but just being here and not being able to leave my bed I have realised that there are so many more things out there than looking through my Instagram feed,...

September 9, 2016

It was around 10:30 in the morning, just me, my dad, the nurses and other patients in the HDU (High Dependency Unit). A team of 10 doctors came in, layed out a big piece of paper on the desk and asked for our attention. It was like a mind-map. They had just finished th...

September 8, 2016

A while after my echocardiogram and multiple tests were conducted, my Drs brought my parents into the room and wanted to discuss the situation with us. 

I didn’t understand most of the things they were saying but one thing that kept playing back in my head was “KJ, you...

September 7, 2016

Ever since I moved to Hong Kong, the only hospital I would go to was Queen Elizabeth hospital, they had all my records there for my asthma and other problems I’ve faced before. When I started showing symptoms, my mum rushed me there straight away. Sadly, at Queen Eliza...

September 6, 2016

This summer has been an extreme roller coaster for my family and I. Sadly, in June my grandmother passed away… My grandma was extremely close to all 7 of us grandchildren and she always taught us that family came first. She would make it a point that every week the 15...

September 4, 2016

After days of going through long and painful medical procedures, THE day had come. It was my birthday! Unlike many of you, I had the “privilege” of spending my birthday in the hospital - not how any 17 year old wants to celebrate (hopefully I’ll never have to experienc...

September 1, 2016

Yesterday was a long day, there wasn’t a minute from 10am till when I fell asleep that could be wasted. Constantly being woken up by nurses that kept on checking up on me, the heart monitors going off due to movement during my sleep and my body was completely numb. I h...

August 31, 2016

Over the summer, I went to India for a 3 week holiday. I'm sure that many of you know that when someone who hasn’t been there in long or never been there, the usual side effect is: getting sick . Like most people I developed really bad stomach problems towards the end...

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