Miss Lee Suin Tei

Miss Lee Suin Tein came to our Home with cerebral palsy when she was eight years old. One year later she went to the Johor spastic school for nine years. During this time she already had found her passion for doing sport in order to compensate her disability.

The achievements of Miss Lee Suin Tein are quite remarkable as a paralympic athlete. Miss Lee Suin Tein is one of the children residing in the Home and is a decorated champion in her sport of Boccia. Boccia is wheelchair-bound Paralympic sport that was originally designed for cerebral palsy patients; it involves throwing a leather ball as close as possible to a target. Lee Suin Tein has become quite a shining star and symbol of pride representing our Home, and her laughter and joy is equally impressive to those that meet her.



  • Participating at the 10th Asian Paralimpiad, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
  • Special mention from jawatankuasa penyelarasan pemulihan Dalam KOMUNITI KEBANGSAAN MALAYSIA
  • Embroidery at Internaltional Arts & Cultural Festival in Malaysia


  • Anugerah Cemerlang from sekolah kanak kanak spastic, Johor Bahru, Malaysia
  • Citation from Kementerian Perpaduan Negara dan Pembangunan Masyarakat.
  • Paralimpiad Malaysia XI, Kuala Lumpur
  • Best Female CP Athlete Award for Outstanding Boccia Performance
  • 8th FESPIC Games, BUSAN 2002, Korea
  • Sijil Anugerah Cemerlang, Johor Bahru, Malaysia
  • Certificate of Participation 9th FESPIC Games, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
  • 3rd Asia and South Pacific Boccia Championships 2009, Honkong
  • Kejoham Boccia Terbuka Malaysia 2010 - Boccia Challenge Trophy Class BC2