Letter expressing moral supports





This is a Letter expressing moral supports.

12th January 2001.

From:

Mr. Lee Wing Wan,
Proprietor,
Lee Pharmacy,
456, Lalan Bandar Baru,
82000 Pontian,
Tokyo,
Japan.

To:

Mr. Zing Lue Kee,
29 – Lee Mart,
Tokyo,
Japan.

Dear Lue Kee,

I am sorry to hear that you have been hospitalized. I suppose that this sort of thing can happen to anyone. However, I am sure the doctors are doing all they can to put you back on the road to recovery.

I rang Dr. John and he said that you should be back on your feet in a week or so. We look forward to your return. Do not worry too much about how much work that has to be done. Get well first. Then the work can be done.

With love.

Yours Sincerely,

(Signature of Lee Wing Wan)

LEE WING WAN



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