How about LEE YAN HUI of Singapore?

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  1. SmartCivet

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    He didn't attend three opens hold in Southeast Asia.Also can't find his name in the Singapore Pools Asian Satellite 2003 hold in this week!He is injured?
     
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    I am not sure I heard about this guy. I heard about Kendrick Lee, are we talking about the same guy?
     
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    yes,I am talking about LEE Yen Hui Kendrik---the world junior runner-up!
     
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    Is there a web site for Singapore Pools Asian Satellite 2003 ?
     
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    Hi SmartCivet

    Can't see your location from your profile. Wonder where are you from?

    19-year-old Kendrik Lee is one of our recent best hopes and as you have rightly mentioned, he is the World Junior Championships 2002 Runner-Up in Pretoria, South Africa, the first such achievement by a Singaporean.

    I believe he is now doing National Service (military training for all male youths 18 years and above) which will be for at least 2 1/2 years. The last time, a request was made for him to complete his 3 months' basic training and thereafter to be allowed to continue his badminton training to bring him up to world-class. Unfortunately, little is known about this proposed arrangement now and I must confess that this request might have been turned down.
     

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