Due to a rare disorder, 17 year-old Pei Shan has been stuck in a baby’s body with multiple medical conditions since birth.

However, despite the challenges she faced, she focused on using her music to help raise funds for children who are underprivileged and medically challenged.

Unfortunately, due to a worsening of her condition, Pei Shan is currently hospitalized in the children intensive care unit (CICU) of KKH and fighting to live on and celebrate her 18th birthday on 5th August 2016.

To make things worse, Pei Shan’s father, who’s the family’s sole breadwinner, suffered an ankle injury recently and had to stop driving his cab.

He’s currently looking to take this period to spend some quality time with his daughter. He said, “She is always telling me to stop working so that we can spend time together but we can’t because of our finances.”

You can help Pei Shan’s family through this difficult time either by making a donation of any amount and / or writing well wishes to them (the Rare Disorders Society will be compiling them into a booklet for Pei Shan’s family as a source of encouragement).

The funds raised will be used to help the family medical costs and their daily expenses.

Read about Pei Shan’s story in The New Paper here:
http://www.tnp.sg/news/singapore-news/her-wish-celebrate-18th-birthday
http://www.tnp.sg/sunday-blog/icymi-our-tiny-teenage-miracle


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