93-year-old grandmother hopes to reunite with two grandchildren she hasn't seen in over 30 years

Submitted by Stomper Brandon Choi

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Update on Nov 24:

Stomper Brandon informed us that his grandmother passed away on Nov 24. 

Original article:

Stomper Brandon and his family are urgently looking for his two cousins, after his 93-year-old grandmother, Madam Ma Wai Kuen was hospitalised on Tuesday (Nov 20).

He posted an appeal on Facebook yesterday (Nov 21) at 7.44pm, which said that he was looking for the two children in the photograph.

Brandon told Stomp that Madam Ma is in critical condition and was given an option to undergo surgery, which the Choi family decided against.

Brandon, 26, explained: "There is a high risk of the surgery failing. Even if she did go for surgery and it went successfully, my grandmother would be in a lot of pain."

She is facing medical complications in her stomach and her large intestines.

The youngest grandchild of Madam Ma added: "I think she only has a few more weeks left to live.

"Our family's wish is for her to meet the two missing grandchildren one last time."

The family picture was taken over 30 years ago, before Brandon was born.

The children are estimated to be between 30 and 35 years old now. 

"If you can recognise yourself in the photo, please contact us," urged Brandon.

If you have any information on the two grandchildren in the photograph, kindly contact Stomp at stomp@stomp.com.sg or WhatsApp 9384 3761.

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