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(21) freddie kee
Sat, 1 Jan 2011 21:43

Missing you, son.
Your music is lovely and your piano playing is full of emotion.
The other day I saw a backpack with a compartment to hold a paddle and thought of you and your love for Dragon-boating. Even took a picture of it.
How I wish I could buy it for you to use.
Today I watched one of the boys in church doing pushups and told him you could clap your hands while doing pull-ups.
We will see you again one day - when Jesus comes again. sigh ...
Posted on January 1, 2011 - 21:43:1

(20) leong
Wed, 5 Jan 2011 22:31

A wonderful senior. determination and passion never fails to inspired me. greatly missed. Posted on January 5, 2011 - 22:31:48

(19) huishan
Thu, 6 Jan 2011 03:25

hello to the family of reuben kee.

just wanna ask if any of the family members if still writing of reuben's blog? cos its very comforting to read the posts by his father on how the family got through the unfortunate tragedy over the years. it provides a lot of encouragement to many people out there. i had a a friend, who's sister passed away due to bone cancer at a young age of 14/15 yrs old, the 2006, the very first day fifa world cup commenced.
we are a group of close friends, and after 5 years, he never talked to us about her. and when i asked him privately, if i could visit her memorial tablet, he asked why would i want to do it since his family is doing it ever year. and when i told him of the good intentions, he snapped at me by saying "why do you ask? stop asking"

and i think, many of our friends, eventually forgotten about her existence. we came from a church, and now we left. initially when her cancer was diagnosed, the whole church cared for her, pastor prayed for her in front of the hall etc. but when she has passed on for years, it seems like many has forgotten her.

Mr Kee, one of your posts on reuben's blog talks about someone actually said "i dont want to forget reuben". it is true. humans are easily forgotten, and those who really love him/her, will never want to forget. i dont know if it makes sense.

so to Mr Kee and families, please continue to write on his blog, to encourage those, who has a close individual who has passed on. cheers.
Posted on January 6, 2011 - 03:25:09

(18) Cameron
Fri, 7 Jan 2011 07:14

It's a terrible shame when talent like Reuben kee pass away. He could have been hired by Capcom as a developer. Or countless other things. I only hope that the company itself sees the hard work and dedication to not only Evil Ryu and Evil Ken, but also to Dragon Claw. His hardest and most beautiful work of art. However I do not know what Reuben had planned on doing with his Dragon Claw character, but I do believe that it would be only fair to Reuben and all the hard work he went through if Capcom had seen it. Who knows how many countless hours went into creating such a flawless character like Dragon Claw. Someone should create a petition large enough to grasp the eyes of Capcom themselves. Dragon Claw needs to be seen by everyone! The character deserves to be played on the Playstation 3, or the DS, or the Wii. His blood sweat and tears need to be honored. If Dragon Claw could be in Marvel vs Capcom 3. It would be the highest, and greatest tribute to Reuben himself. For those who think this is a good idea and something that needs to be started, please e-mail me at I hope that Reuben Kee's family have been healing over the last four years since his passing. May you rest in peace, Reuben Kee. Let your memory live on in all our hearts. And let your characters Evil Ryu, Evil Ken, and especially Dragon Claw by continuously remembered by all of us in the M.U.G.E.N. community.    Posted on January 7, 2011 - 07:14:05

(17) Meah
Fri, 18 Feb 2011 07:55

just listened to some of his work....sad to hear he is gone...talent like this has a special place to go when its time though...rejoice for we will one day meet with him and listen to him play his beautiful music up above R.I.P. rest easy Reuben Kee    Posted on February 18, 2011 - 07:55:25