Flying start for first summer camp participants

Natasha Lee Ann, 17, who suffers from Kabuki Syndrome, getting a taste of skydiving at iFly Singapore yesterday. She was among the participants of the Order of Malta Inaugural Asia Pacific Summer Camp who got a chance to try out the extreme sport. Th
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Natasha Lee Ann, 17, who suffers from Kabuki Syndrome, getting a taste of skydiving at iFly Singapore yesterday.

She was among the participants of the Order of Malta Inaugural Asia Pacific Summer Camp who got a chance to try out the extreme sport.

The four-day camp is for youth - aged 18 to 35 and from different countries - with disabilities and aims to bring "joy, love, and laughter" to them.

Kabuki Syndrome is a rare multi-system disorder that can cause a series of abnormalities and health problems.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on June 10, 2017, with the headline 'Flying start for first summer camp participants'. Print Edition | Subscribe