Malaysian parents find purpose through living with autism

Autistic Cafe Project founder Mohd Adli Yahya (right) with his wife Nozilan Mohamad, and their son Luqman. Photo: The Star/Samuel Ong

For Mohd Adli Yahya, 57, his autistic son Luqman is “perfect”.

“For normal people, it’s sometimes difficult to know what’s in their hearts. But Luqman has a very pure and innocent heart and, to me, he’s a perfect human being who doesn’t know how to lie or cheat, ” says the father of six.

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