Blind masseuse, 70, cooks with help of her 'talking kitchen'

Assistive or inclusive technologies are helping those with special needs live more independent lives.
Madam Rosie Wong, who is also a masseuse, is among the many members of the disabled community here who have turned to assistive or inclusive technologies to live more independent lives.
Madam Rosie Wong, who is also a masseuse, is among the many members of the disabled community here who have turned to assistive or inclusive technologies to live more independent lives.ST PHOTO: SHINTARO TAY

SINGAPORE - Madam Rosie Wong, 70, whips up dinner for herself and her husband almost every night - and she is blind.

Cooking is not difficult though, she says, something which she credits not to personal talent, but to her "talking" kitchen gadgets.

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