This inspiring book touches on disabilities, accessibility and inclusion

Datin Patricia Lim was inspired to write her book as a tribute to her late husband Datuk Dr Lim Kee Jin, a pioneer of Johor Area Rehabilitation Organisation (Jaro). Photo: Peggy Loh

A paraplegic who finds mobility with a motorcycle. A woman who manages to find happiness despite having a lame leg. A man with a hunched back, but a heart which is straight and true.

Many of the characters in Datin Patricia Lim Pui Huen’s book One-Legged Football And Other Stories focus on individuals living with an array of disabilities.

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