'The dignity of work': More people with disabilities growing Singapore's food supply

APSN Delta Senior School horticulture student spraying organic pesticides. PHOTO: APSN
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SINGAPORE - Since graduating from special education school Rainbow Centre last year, Mr Frasier Lee, 19, has moved on to growing microgreens at home and mushrooms in Bukit Merah.

Every week, the soft-spoken teen, diagnosed with autism and global developmental delay, updates social enterprise Green Cube about the quality of his microgreens, which the organisation sells on his behalf.

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