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When he was 30 years old, Louis Victor Leborgne lost the ability to speak—or speak in any matter that made any sort of sense. That syllable came with expressive hand gestures and varying pitch and inflection, to be sure. But it was the only syllable Leborgne could pronounce. By the time he arrived at the hospital, he had been unable to speak properly for some two to three months. And even though his family thought the condition might be temporary—he had, after all, been dealing with epilepsy successfully for many years—he would remain there until his death, 21 years later. Apart from his inability to speak, Louis Victor did not appear to exhibit any signs of physical or cognitive trauma. His intelligence seemed unaffected, his mental and physical faculties, intact and responsive. He appeared to grasp everything he was asked and did his best to respond in a meaningful fashion.
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Want to know the queue status at our Emergency Department? Click here to view. Click here to find out more. A career at Tan Tock Seng Hospital offers you the opportunity to make a difference. Click here to learn more about career opportunities at TTSH. Mr Tan Tock Seng was born in Malacca in He was the third son of an immigrant father from Fujian province in China and a Peranakan mother. As a young man full of entrepreneurial drive, Tan Tock Seng ventured to Singapore in to start a small roadside business. He would buy fruits, vegetables and fowl from the countryside and hawk the fresh food in the city. Hardworking and thrifty, he saved up enough money to open a shop in Boat Quay and proved to be a fine businessman.
Must be the worst Chinese food I've ever tasted plain and simple, nothing positive to say about this place, I was working in the area, and unfortunately stopped here for some fast food it was neither fast nor good, big mistake. Amazingly fresh, cooked to order. Reasonably priced and very friendly staff on the front counter. The food was delicious, not at all greasy like some of the others in the area. Veggies were crisp and full of flavour, the chicken was delicious, and we'll Chinese take away from Mr Tans Nairn.