Collections & Research Anzac and WWII Chinese Australian in WWII Cyril Kim Cyril Kim V76413/VX110305 Born in 1911, Cyril Loon Yaun Ming Kim, is one of four Kim family members who enlisted in WWII. “Yaun joined the Army and became a Lance Corporal on the Road Trains that worked through Central Australia and up to Darwin. [He was] fondly known as Doc with his Army mates, due to his care for them when they were sick or hungover. He always talked about Alice Springs, Daly Waters and Darwin.” — Kim-Worley and Kim family (Excerpt from For Honour and Country). Certificate of Discharge, Army Driving License, and Demobilisation Procedure Book. Courtesy of Kim Family.