Entrepreneur Tjin Lee tells son to tell bullies: 'I'm not stupid, I just see things differently'

Six-year-old Tyler Lim and his mother, entrepreneur Tjin Lee, 45. Tyler felt he was getting left behind in school because he has difficulty reading and writing.
Six-year-old Tyler Lim and his mother, entrepreneur Tjin Lee, 45. Tyler felt he was getting left behind in school because he has difficulty reading and writing.ST PHOTO: JASON QUAH

SINGAPORE - Last year, six-year-old Tyler Lim started to dislike going to kindergarten.

He told his mother, entrepreneur Tjin Lee: "I'm the slowest kid in class and everyone says I'm stupid."

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