Learn creative arts from kids with special needs

(From left) 8EyedSpud founders Natalie Kwee and Jacqueline Goh with Rinn Chan, who has autism. PHOTO: SUPERHERO ME
Author-illustrator Quek Hong Shin (right) with twins Rizq Nawfal Hambril (centre) and Qays Naushad Hambri. PHOTO: SUPERHERO ME
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SINGAPORE - Staff of the Apple Store along Orchard Road would usually conduct free hands-on sessions daily on its second floor for customers, on topics ranging from photography to coding.

But for the last few Saturdays, the store has been hosting workshops of a more inclusive bent.

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