Malaysian teen with partial hearing loss promotes sign language via deaf empowerment project


Lee aims to raise awareness of the deaf community and the challenges they face in the hope of creating a more inclusive environment. Photos: Serena Lee

Serena Lee, 18, was in high spirits during our Zoom interview, and she had every reason to be.

The Sign For Malaysia (SFM) deaf advocacy project founder received the title of Unicef (United Nations Children’s Fund) Malaysia KitaConnect Champion last October.

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