DJ ‘Uncle Ray’ Cordeiro, 96, on how he got into music, interviewed The Beatles, and was ‘Hong Kong’s oldest teenager’ until he grew out of pop in his forties

//DJ ‘Uncle Ray’ Cordeiro, 96, on how he got into music, interviewed The Beatles, and was ‘Hong Kong’s oldest teenager’ until he grew out of pop in his forties

DJ ‘Uncle Ray’ Cordeiro, 96, on how he got into music, interviewed The Beatles, and was ‘Hong Kong’s oldest teenager’ until he grew out of pop in his forties

Wondermum: My family history traces back to Portuguese immigrants to China. My grandfather was born in Shanghai and moved to the Portuguese colony of Macau, where he met my grandmother, before moving to Hong Kong in 1868.My father was born in Hong Kong and my mother was born in Macau and moved to Hong Kong with her family at the beginning of the 20th century. I was born in Wan Chai in 1924, the fifth child of six kids.When I was six, my dad abandoned the family for his mistress, the house maid,…

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