More support and mindset change needed to encourage dads to be active parents, says stay-home dad of 11 years

Mr Lee Kwong Luen became a stay-at-home dad to take care of his son Lee Jue Ming, who has haemophilia. PHOTOS: COURTESY OF MR LEE KWONG LUEN
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SINGAPORE - For the past 11 years, Mr Lee Kwong Luen, 49, has been a stay-at-home father.

One of the biggest challenges he has faced has been the stigma that comes with the role.

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