Kwai Sing Chang was my senior colleague at Agnes Scott College. Here's an obit from the Atlanta Journal and Constitution. He was everything one wants in a colleague: kind, helpful and generous. Kwai was held in high esteem at Agnes Scott College for his quiet and balanced outlook. He had a great sense of humor. He told me once about being mistaken for a laundry man when he and his wife Miyoko arrived in Decatur.
The paper notes that he recently took to composing haikus.
Dr. Chang composed this haiku in March, and it says he was ready to embrace death:
White and pink dogwoods
Wait to bloom and fall
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