He loved the sky, says wife of Singaporean paraglider who died in India accident

Mr Ng Kok Choong posing for a selfie with local children in Bir Billing after completing a flight last week.
Mr Ng Kok Choong posing for a selfie with local children in Bir Billing after completing a flight last week. PHOTO: SHARON NG
Mr Ng Kok Choong's family and friends described him as a kind man who spoke through his deeds, and a very skilful and careful paraglider.
Mr Ng Kok Choong's family and friends described him as a kind man who spoke through his deeds, and a very skilful and careful paraglider.PHOTO: SHARON NG
The Air Sports Federation said Mr Ng was "selfless, brave and always moving for the next challenge", and that "his always-can-do attitude was highly appreciated and admired by his mates".
The Air Sports Federation said Mr Ng was "selfless, brave and always moving for the next challenge", and that "his always-can-do attitude was highly appreciated and admired by his mates".PHOTO: SHARON NG

Family and friends of Mr Ng Kok Choong, 53, have described him as a kind man who spoke through his deeds, and a very skilful and careful paraglider.

The former commando was found dead on Tuesday (Oct 23) in Bir Billing in Himachal Pradesh, in north India.

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