Beach Road slashing victim: 'If I had died, what would happen to my children?'

Ms Han Hongli before (right) and after (left) the attack. She was discharged on May 19 and is recovering in the community. PHOTOS: GAVIN FOO, ST READER
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SINGAPORE - While Ms Han Hongli was attacked in the Beach Road area in April, she clung onto one thought - she had to stay alive for her two children.

"If I had died, what would happen to my children? They wouldn't have a home," the 42-year-old restaurant worker said in Mandarin. She spoke to The Sunday Times in an exclusive interview last Wednesday.

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