‘Restaurant’ with a difference

Don’t take sight for granted: Chan says Dialogue In The Dark Malaysia serves as a platform to raise awareness towards eye health with a twist.

FEELING a little anxious, Kim Chow clutched her white cane (the type used by the visually impaired) tightly as she and seven others stumbled across a hallway and room that is intentionally made pitch dark.

Escorted by a visually impaired guide, the group of eight strangers attempted to find their way using nothing more than their canes to guide them to their lunch served within a very special restaurant within the Sunway University campus called the Dialogue The Dark Restaurant.

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