Raymond / Wah-chaan MOK (aka 莫華燦) [1920-2012]
Dr Raymond Mok, O.B. E., studied at La Salle College and entered the Medical Department of Hong Kong University in September 1938. His studies were interrupted by the Japanese attack in December 1941, and he served as a sergeant in the Field Ambulance during the hositliities.
He was a POW in Shamshuipo until September 8, 1942 when he was released alongside the other Chinese prisoners. He worked for a time for the Medical Department, inoculating people against cholera and other diseases. On one occasion he provided blank inoculation certificates, which could be used as identity cards, to a friend in the BAAG for the use of its agents.
He left Hong Kong himself and went to Waichow, where he joined the BAAG himself, later working at or close to the front lines in south China as a BAAG Medical Officer (see comment below).
After the war he was given a scholarship on the basis of his wartime service and completed his medical studies in Cardiff.
Obituary, newsletter of La Salle College Old Boys' Association, June 2012