The perfect recipe for the differently abled to thrive

PETALING JAYA: For businessman Lai Chong Haur, nothing feels more heartening than seeing disabled teenagers learn to provide for themselves through skill learning.“All they need are opportunities and patience, ” said the 50-year-old, who is the brains behind Seven Tea One, a venture that employs and trains differently abled teenagers and the marginalised to earn an income in a non-discriminative work environment.

After taking over the social enterprise from his co-founder in 2018, Lai decided to dedicate his time to bring about a change in other people’s lives.

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