Self-taught Malaysian artist raising funds for underprivileged kids' education

  • People
  • Monday, 18 Oct 2021

Chong believes all children have the right to an education. Photos: Chong Tzin Nui

Since 2018, self-taught artist Chong Tzin Nui and her husband have been sharing the tuition fees for three stateless children and another underprivileged child with a close family friend.

But when Chong’s friend lost his job during the pandemic, she knew steps had to be taken to cough up the balance cash for the kids’ education fees.

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