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Inspiring creativity: Social worker Lynn Foo (right), guiding (from left) Sabahan pop artist Rozella, Jamaliah, Wan Jamila and Chan.

KUALA LUMPUR: For many, going blind would be devastating. But 64-year-old Jamaliah Mohd Yasin held on to her dream of becoming a photographer after losing her vision to glaucoma.

She said she was sad and scared in the beginning, but eventually made herself face reality and accepted her lot in life.

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