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An Account of the Double Tenth Rising against the Japanese Invaders in North Borneo.
Albert Kwok, a Chinese, was born in Kuching, where his father was a dentist. He went to Shanghai for his education and escaped from there when the Japanese invaded the city. He travelled much in China, visiting Nanking, Hankow, Canton and elsewhere. He studied Chinese medicine and joined the Chinese Red Cross. He was particularly successful in treating that prevalent and distressing complaint known as piles.