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Reunited Quahs push for Tokyo

The swimming Quah siblings (from left) Jing Wen, Zheng Wen and Ting Wen at training in 2015. Having qualified for his third Olympics, Zheng Wen is hoping he can do better with an extra year's preparation, while Ting Wen is aiming to join him again. Jing W
The swimming Quah siblings (from left) Jing Wen, Zheng Wen and Ting Wen at training in 2015. Having qualified for his third Olympics, Zheng Wen is hoping he can do better with an extra year's preparation, while Ting Wen is aiming to join him again. Jing Wen meanwhile, is re-adjusting her targets in a bid for a maiden Games. TNP FILE PHOTO

They're back home in wake of virus, sisters working hard to join brother for Olympics

Anyone who follows the close-knit Quah siblings Ting Wen, Zheng Wen and Jing Wen on social media will be surprised to hear that they sometimes do bicker - over what gets picked for their daily family movie night.

Ting Wen, the oldest at 27, told The Straits Times in a recent video interview: "My brother gets really mad because my sister and I choose most of the movies and we always like to make it very exciting so we always pick thrillers and scary stuff. (Tuesday) was a slower day because my brother picked (historical drama) Bridge of Spies."

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on April 18, 2020, with the headline 'Reunited Quahs push for Tokyo'. Print Edition | Subscribe