Dyslexic students get help in Chinese

Ariel, who is now in Secondary 1, started taking Chinese classes at the Dyslexia Association of Singapore (DAS) in Primary 5.
Ariel, who is now in Secondary 1, started taking Chinese classes at the Dyslexia Association of Singapore (DAS) in Primary 5. ST PHOTO: ONG WEE JIN

SINGAPORE - When 12-year-old Ariel Mok was struggling with Chinese in primary school, she realised that it was linked to her dyslexia.

Ariel, who is now in Secondary 1, started taking Chinese classes at the Dyslexia Association of Singapore (DAS) in Primary 5. She also went for Chinese remedial classes in school.

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