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Serena Lee on The LITE Breakfast Show

Updated: Sep 22, 2020

"What I saw was a lot of Deaf organisations already in existence trying to help the Deaf integrate better into society, but for me it needed to be a process of meeting halfway. It couldn't just be the Deaf reaching out to the hearing, it needed to be the hearing also making that effort to empathise and appreciate the beauty of disability and the diversity of it."

Founder of Sign For Malaysia, Serena Lee, spoke about her hearing loss journey and what inspired her to start a Deaf advocacy project.

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