95-year-old raises money for autistic kids

Artist at work: Liang making paper flowers at her daughter’s home in Medan York.

GEORGE TOWN: Nonagenarian Liang Mee Lun managed to raise RM53,000 for a centre for autistic children by simply indulging in her hobby – making paper flowers.

Generous donors snapped up her 10 paper flower bouquets, which her daughter Chia Kien Eng put up for sale in aid of the Association of Resource and Education for Autistic Children (REACh) in Bukit Gelugor.

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