Dyslexic girl wants to set up social enterprise for children with learning difficulties

Benecia Tang, a Crescent Girls' School student, who was diagnosed with dyslexia in Primary 4. She hopes to eventually set up a social enterprise for children with learning difficulties.
Benecia Tang, a Crescent Girls' School student, who was diagnosed with dyslexia in Primary 4. She hopes to eventually set up a social enterprise for children with learning difficulties.ST PHOTO: KUA CHEE SIONG

SINGAPORE- She collected her O-level results on Monday (Jan 14) - but 16-year-old Benecia Tang already has the years ahead all planned out.

Prior to receiving her results, the Crescent Girls' School student had secured a place in Singapore Polytechnic's (SP) School of Business through the Early Admissions Exercise (EAE).

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