Quadriplegic Tang Siu-pun's loving article to his mother will be broadcast today on the airwaves, in the first of a series of radio missives. Mr Tang, known as Ah Pun, sparked public debate on euthanasia after his e-mail appeal to legislators asking to let him die was made public last month. But he seems to have changed his mind. In a second e-mail weeks later, he pledged to make the most of his life and thanked the public for their support. RTHK Radio 1 will air a summary from Ah Pun's article 'A Message to Mother' this morning in the Happy Daily morning programme. The whole message will be read by Democratic Alliance for Betterment of Hong Kong legislator Chan Yuen-han in a Mother's Day show at Maritime Square in Tsing Yi this afternoon. The articles written for Radio-Television Hong Kong will be broadcast every second Friday for the next two months. Mr Tang was an aspiring sports teacher when he was paralysed in 1991 after a somersaulting accident during rehearsals for the graduation ceremony at the Northcote College of Education, now part of the Institute of Education. His foray into radio was welcomed by fellow school alumni. Dennis Koo Hok-chun, secretary of Northcote College of Education Past Students' Association, said the alumni association and Hong Kong Institute of Education representatives would visit Mr Tang today at Queen Mary Hospital. 'We will bring a video cassette recording showing what we had done for him at his old school and a videotape prepared by two primary students expressing their concern for him, their eagerness to listen to his articles on the radio and some of their expectations for the future,' Mr Koo said.