One of my fondest memories about Brother is his extreme generosity and humility. The door to Brother’s studio and office was always open so that anyone could just walk in and have a conversation with him.
One of my most enjoyable moments was to have animated conversations with Brother about his work and also about sculpture. He would tell me about his latest works and the challenges that he was facing. It’s through these conversations that Brother inspired and spurred me to undertake my pioneering research work on pre-war and post-war sculpture in Singapore.