Nazmi continues to chase his dream
“I continue to chase my dream of improving my chess game. I was recently chosen to attend the Level 4 Junior Master chess camp. This is the beginning of my dream to take my chess game up a level. I have also passed the first qualifying rounds for the ASEAN Para Games 2015. The games will be held in Singapore this year. I hope to be able to represent Malaysia and win a medal again.
This will be a trying year for me as I have the national PT3 exams at school and I will have to study hard. I have to balance school work and my chess.
I’m grateful that my parents assist me in achieving my dream of doing my best in chess and at school.”
– Ahmad Nazmi
If you missed Nazmi’s short film you can see it here Nazmi’s Story ‘Prospering with a Genetic Disorder’
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