This Malaysian man works at a deaf cafe to improve his signing skills with his deaf wife

When love is at the core, any marriage can work, believes Melina. Photos: Renik Jayanasen Fair

Two years ago, Renik Jayanasen Fair, 52, left his job as a marketing trainer to work as an accounts manager and administrator at a cafe in Petaling Jaya that employs people who are hearing impaired.

He gave up a corporate career, but Fair feels that the move was a big win for him in the larger scheme of things. He's building a stronger relationship with his wife, Melina Sylvia Ann, a deaf insurance underwriter.

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