Reply to Letter expressing moral supports





This is a Reply to Letter expressing moral supports.

22nd January 2001.

From:

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

To:

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

Dear Sir,

It is nice of you to write to me to hear about the accident in which I was involved. Your letter conveyed your wishes and it gave me energy and strength to bear with this pain which I would otherwise find difficult to bear with. I am always proud of being a worker under you.

With your blessings, I will soon recover form this otherwise minor injury. Till then I will not attend to my office-duties. Please bear with me for these temporary inabilities.

With love.

Yours sincerely,

(Signature of Zing Lue Kee)

ZING LUE KEE



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