I was Blind, Now I See
This is an inspiring story of how a young, poor and blind Muslim girl in Singapore regained her sight after 30 years. The story is told against a background of racial and religious harmony in multi-religious Singapore.
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18th birthday Ahmad lbrahim Secondary alphabets ambitions asked Banu Aunties bandage Banu was constantly Banu's eye Banu's family Banu's mother Banu's mum Banu's story Banu's younger brother Berita Harian big round eyes birthday gift blind children blind school Braille brought Banu Bubu celebrated the rest Chapter 2 Growing Chapter 4 Learning Chapter 5 Coming clinic despite Dr Arthur Lim dream elder sister Eventually eye doctor eye surgeon eyesight family was poor full vision graduated handicap happy Hari Raya later lbrahim Secondary School Learning and Teaching left eye Lions Club Lions SaveSight Centre lnitially lnstitute of Education mainstream school miracle mother was eager Mount Alvernia Hospital Muslim girl nearby primary school never Nizam parents partially blind poor Muslim promise replied Dr Lim restored right eye Roman Catholic hospital Rotary Club rubber band SaveSight Centre Singapore send Banu Shah surgery teacher wanted World Scientific Publishing