Even more ambitiously, the 23-year-old is aiming to double that number to 10,000 in a year’s time. That has meant running between lectures at school; teaching classes at SDI Academy’s various locations; and visiting worker dormitories to hand out flyers, even on a public holiday.
He started by giving informal lessons around a park bench with 4 - 5 workers, and the group started to grow.
Today those small beginnings have grown into a massive social enterprise, with classes held at five locations, including at Yale-NUS College. They are run by eight part-time teachers, two full-time staff and 200 volunteers.
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