Against all odds

Breaking barriers: Ruzimi demonstrating how his educational e-book works using augmented reality technology. — THOMAS YONG/The Star

IT takes a lot of grit, perseverance and motivation to excel in something, more so for those with disabilities.

Born without both legs and left arm, Dr Ruzimi Mohamed @ Mahmood defied the odds to complete his tertiary education and start his own business — providing training and products related to the needs of the disabled.

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