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Kind Lecturer Sells His Home to Fund Students’ Education, His Reason Melt Hearts

Cursory: Frankie Yee, a 56-year-old lecturer from Singapore, sold his retirement home in Malaysia to raise $150,000 and support six students in pursuing further studies in Australia.

Frankie Yee, a 56-year-old freelance lecturer from Singapore, made a remarkable gesture by selling his retirement home in Genting, Malaysia, to raise $150,000 in order to support six of his students from Uzbekistan.

These students were attending a private institution in Singapore on a scholarship but still had to work after classes to pay for 20% of their tuition fees.

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Upon learning about their passion for education and their financial struggles, Yee decided to help them pursue further studies in Australia.

He believed that providing them with a “fighting chance to break through the vicious cycle of poverty” would not only benefit the students but also their future generations.

Two of the students are already enrolled at the University of Sydney, and the remaining four are awaiting admission to the University of Wollongong.

Yee expressed his happiness in knowing that he played a role in improving their lives and the lives of their families.

In an inspiring podcast interview, Yee mentioned that even though his bank account is now almost depleted, he feels it was all worthwhile to help these students achieve a better future.

The students have expressed their intent to reimburse him in the future, but Yee doesn’t expect anything in return. His primary hope is to see all six of them succeed in life.

“Even though my bank account is almost down to nothing, the thought of these six boys having a better future, I feel it’s all worth it,” he said.

The students told Yee that they would reimburse Yee once they could afford to, but Yee said he does not expect anything to be repaid.

“My only hope is that the six of them become successful.”

Source: tnp.straittimes

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