Koh Seng Choon, 59, remortgaged his property, worked 5 jobs, and borrowed money from friends and family – so that he could set up Dignity Kitchen, a social enterprise that trains and hires the disabled, the disadvantaged and the marginalised, including former inmates, single mums, the deaf, and those with mental illnesses.
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