The Man With A Mission
“At different times of our lives, we do different things. Sometimes we quit. Sometimes we camp. But all of us can climb.”
Enter the world of Ron Chandran-Dudley (1934-2015), an only child born into a Ceylonese immigrant family who had to shelve his dreams of becoming a brain surgeon when he found out that he would not be able to see again. He kept on walking, sometimes quitting, sometimes camping and sometimes climbing. He overcame the challenges his disability presented and found love and the drive to fulfill his mission of helping others with disabilities in Singapore and overseas.
Set in major historical periods—from the 1930s to the 2010s—where the world faced rapid transformations, Ron’s life and work had transcended boundaries, leaving behind footprints in the hearts of those whose lives he had touched as a pioneer, a maker of history and a champion of people with disabilities.