This is the true story of Yip Pin Xiu, a lady who won Singapore’s first Paralympic Gold medal. Battling muscular dystrophy since the age of 2, she started swimming and found a home for herself in the water, despite being confined in a wheelchair. We delve into her life and find out what inspires her.
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