Dyslexic but they thrived in business

Media: The Straits Times

Author: Janice Tai

Date: 30 May 2017

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After failing at several jobs, Mr Gary Seow started his own business in educational toys and learning resources. To him, dyslexia is a gift: “As learning is so hard for me, it forces me to think out of the box and I find that the designs of my new toys in my head move faster than reading letters.” ST PHOTO: LIM SIN THAI