Sunday, 24 August 2014

Today Going for Operation Again

Dear Friends,

Thank you for your support for Adelyn all these years.

Today Adelyn will be going for  another round of Artificial cornea transplant. It is because her left eye cornea is 'Melting' due to unknown reason.

Her operation will be done around 5 pm at Mount Elizabeth Novena hospital.

We will be praying for her and hope you are able to join us in the pray.

Once again, thank you for your supports and blessings. We appreciated.

Mary (Mum)

Monday, 7 July 2014

Going for another operation. Please pray with me

Hi all,

Just a update on Adelyn progress.

Since her last operation in May 2013, Adelyn's vision is much better. Is about 20% of a normal person vision.

Last week, her doctor realised that her left eye behaved unusual. The eye pressure is below the average, and her eye ball has became smaller.

She was immediately sent to a pediatrician eye doctor in SNEC. The doctor found out is membrane issue and suggested to have another operation.

Adelyn will be going for this operation today 08/7/14 @SNEC at 430pm.

I hope you can join me in pray for a smooth operation.

Thank you.

Mary Lim
(Adelyn's mum)

Friday, 24 January 2014

I am in Secondary School now!

I learnt to buy food and move around the school on my own. I am so happy in this school.

Wednesday, 13 November 2013

Thursday, 5 September 2013

Adelyn looking for teacher willing to coach her 笛子 or 二胡

Dear friends,

Adelyn is interested to learn these two instruments. If anyone or you know anyone willing to teach Adelyn, Kindly email -

Thank you very much

Mary (Adelyn's mum)

Friday, 12 July 2013

13 July 2013 The New Paper

You are here

She can now see brightly coloured flowers after two eye operations

July 12, 2013 - 11:02pm


Adelyn Koh used to be able to only see shadows and patches of colour.
Now, after two eye operations, the 12-year-old student can discern shapes and people from up to 6m away.
The sight which most excites her is the garden beside her five-room flat at Punggol.
“I can see the brightly coloured flowers on the plants, and their branches and leaves,” said Adelyn, who was born with a rare congenital eye disease.
She made the news last year when she and her mother came up with the idea of selling CDs of her piano compositions to raise about $80,000 for eye operations, and they managed to do so in six weeks.
Read the full report in The New Paper on Saturday (July 13).