Singapore man discovers his former boss is actually one of his 8 long-lost siblings | The Straits Times

Singapore man discovers his former boss is actually one of his 8 long-lost siblings

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Furthermore, Mr Richard Yong discovered at the reunion in December last year that one of his brothers, a retired fighter pilot, had been his superior while he was at the Republic of Singapore Air Force (RSAF) in the 1980s.
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SINGAPORE - A man who looked for his birth family for years was finally reunited with his eight biological siblings at the age of 59, after he hit on the idea of searching online for his birth mother's name, along with the word "obituary".

Furthermore, Mr Richard Yong discovered at the reunion in December last year that one of his brothers, a retired fighter pilot, had been his superior while he was at the Republic of Singapore Air Force (RSAF) in the 1980s.

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