The Stories Behind: Father posts autistic son's activities on TikTok
Mr Bob Lee Keng Siang uploads his autistic son Jun Le's activities onto a TikTok account ‘ahbobpapa’ that he created March this year.
Since then Jun Le, who is shown on the page displaying his talents, doing tasks independently and having fun, has been recognised by strangers outside.
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