Co-op Bookshop Auntie Emily

  For this week's edition, we meet with Auntie Emily from Co-op bookshop who has helped numerous batches of medical students print their notes. We certainly have a lot to thank her for!   "I've been working here for 31 years now. Every year I see year 5 students who after graduating still come back to me to print all kinds of notes. I've seen medical students for 30 years now, and although I don't remember all 300 from each year, but once I've met them I usually remember their faces. Even when they become doctors they're very nice to me."  On her plans during this December holidays, she said that she would enjoy spending some time resting at home. In addition, "during the holidays I will be going to Malaysia for a week to meet my family-- my mum, my sister. I'll be going very far. Taiping, Perak, that's somewhere nearer Penang."  When talking about printing work that she has done, she mentioned that her company had recently sponsored printed documents, such as A3 posters, for an overseas CIP trip. Thanks Auntie Emily!! :))

For this week's edition, we meet with Auntie Emily from Co-op bookshop who has helped numerous batches of medical students print their notes. We certainly have a lot to thank her for!

"I've been working here for 31 years now. Every year I see year 5 students who after graduating still come back to me to print all kinds of notes. I've seen medical students for 30 years now, and although I don't remember all 300 from each year, but once I've met them I usually remember their faces. Even when they become doctors they're very nice to me."

On her plans during this December holidays, she said that she would enjoy spending some time resting at home. In addition, "during the holidays I will be going to Malaysia for a week to meet my family-- my mum, my sister. I'll be going very far. Taiping, Perak, that's somewhere nearer Penang."

When talking about printing work that she has done, she mentioned that her company had recently sponsored printed documents, such as A3 posters, for an overseas CIP trip. Thanks Auntie Emily!! :))