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CANBERRA - John Kali, just appointed as Papua New Guinea’s high commissioner to Australia, has reunited with his former teacher after 44 years.

It was an emotional meeting as Mr Kali met the man who had a great impact on his life, Richard (Dick) Clark.

Mr Kali says that this is the man who helped him become who he is today for which he is forever grateful.

In June of 1964, 21-year-old D ick Clark arrived in PNG. He had met all the requirements to become a teacher and was prepared to spend time in remote parts of the then territory.

Mr Clark taught at the school in which John Kali was a student at. Mr Kali states that, because of the quality of teaching Mr Clark delivered, his class was the top in the country.

Mr Clark returned to Australia in 1974 but the impact of his life and teaching made a big difference. Mr Kali attributes his success to his teacher. He states that with his new appointment in Australia, he will make a bigger impact in PNG.


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