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The @NHS is in a crisis.  The concern st pnt with A&E over Winter.  All these concerns arises because the UK i
€s bankrupt financially.  With 80% of the NHS budget based on paying the huge workforce,it is not possible to generate £20 billion savings.  Health worked have their salaries frozen for several years.  it has not made sny difference.To make a real difference we must explain, in simple termswgst HSS been . For a real diffencr we must all recognised that the UK is bankrupt.First of all our politician have to tell us the honest truth about our financial problems 


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My third book is being written

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I am writing and doing the research for my new book. It is about my family _moving from China to Malaya and most continents within 3 generations.  I have yet to have a title for it.  The working title is The Family.  Any suggestions welcomed.

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Scalpel in the Sand Another 5 starred review

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The above book received another 5 starred review at http://Amazon.com and also at http://www.smashers.com.  17/04/2013.

Calling EX-RKH workers

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Of the ex-RKH workers who have been in touch with me over the past few days (30/05/2012), so far about 12 people have expressed an interest in the possibility of having a reunion to catch-up on old times and meet old friend and colleagues.

As I have retired ( I used to be surgeon at RKH) and have the time, I am organising this event.  I am hoping at least 50 will come.

I have started to contact the Mariott Hotel in the old London County Hall by Westminster Bridge to enquire about cost,etc.  I have tntatively suggested a weekend in early October after the Olympics Games are over.


If any of you readers who are ex-RKH workers and would like to meet up, please drop me a line at my email address :  renechang@btinternet.com.


If you have ideas of suitable venues and price range do indicate your preference.  I am trying to get something around £35 for a three course meal and drinks.  Do tell other ex-RKH workers you know about this and ask them to get in touch with me.



Name change for book

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Dear Friends

Just to let you know that the name fo the book The Silent Coup has been changed to ‘Watergate – The Political Assassination’.
From now on that will be the name used.

The impact of Nixon’s visit to China 40 years ago has been enormous.
It maybe time to re-examine what happened at Watergate.

Nixon was a favorite son of Yorba Linda, California and the Thirty-seventh President of the US.
In November 1972, he was re-elected with 60.7 per cent of the vote beating Senator McGovern by 18 million votes. He was the first president to have won all the southern states at a single election. Yet he had to resign two years later.
Was Watergate any worse or out of character with the actions of Presidents before and after?

Why were the culprits arrested at the THIRD attempt?
Why did the $100 dollar bills have consecutive serial numbers?
Why was Howard Hunt’s details in the address books of TWO of the four arrested Cubans?
There was a coup attempt in China to prevent the rapprochement. Could the same have happened in the US?
Why were the leaks of Deep Throat’ regarded as the gospel truth?
Read about all these in ‘Watergate – The Political Assassination, ISBN 9780956911940. 47,000 word and US$7.90
The book is available at http://www.smashwords.com now in many ebook formats in abot two weeks.

When Nixon took the dollar from the gold standard in 1971, did he lay the foundation of today’s financial crisis? He did bring about untold wealth to US citizens for several decades.

Watergate -The Political Assassination

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The above book with ISBN 9780956911940 is now available at http://smashword.com to purchase.

The book has 47,000 words and hyperlinks to notes etc.
It costs only US$7.90.

It should be available in Kobo, Sony, Barnes and Noble and Kindle format in about two weeks.

Scalpel in the Sand

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Just to inform friends that the ebook is now available for Kobo and at Barnes and Noble.  It also available at amazon.co.uk and smashword.com

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