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About Zechariah

Not the usual boy

Zechariah was special and unique. We constantly need to figure out how to sustain his interest in academics as he shuts off during any classroom learning, be it in school or tuition classes.

In 2017, when he was 8yrs, we asked him “Why must you always make mummy worry, why can’t you do better?” He replied, “this is my lifestyle”. And we asked again what do you mean by your lifestyle? He replied, “This is my life and this is my style.”

That was the turning point where we realised we needed to give Zechariah options. He will learn to lead his own life and that is why he enjoyed everything he did, this lead him to learn better and was happier too. 

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The last 10 days

24.08.2020 (Mon) - 02.09.2020 (Wed)


Days in KKH ICU...

He had a painful headache on 24th August 2020 at 4am. His dad went to take a Panadol, but zech did not respond when he returned to the room. His eyes had rolled backward, and his heart was beating very fast. That was when we had to rush him to A&E. While at A&E, the medical team are unable to find his pulse, and he needed to be resuscitated.

A CT scan was done, and they found that there was a tumour in his brain. The brain was also swollen due to tumour. The A&E team Immediately drilled a hole in his skull to relieve the pressure and place him on an induced coma. His condition was unstable and at that point was already on life support.

His condition need to stabilise before an MRI can be done on him.

All net proceeds to be donated to:


Medulloblastoma Posterior Fossa Tumour
The diagnose was a Grade 4 *Posterior Fossa Tumour with a high possibility of it being Medulloblastoma (Brain Cancer). Zechairah death was caused by tumour haemorrhage, leading to brain death and cardiac arrest. The tumour was deduce as aggressive without symptoms and passed on peacefully 10 days later.


Zechariah has quoted 2 weeks before his death, “You can wonder on everything in life but it is the beautiful things in life that you must admire. You may not live long but life is just a wonder.” Zech loves people, he want all those around him to admire the beautiful things in life they deserve.

* Posterior Fossa Tumour are form near the bottom of the skull, by the brainstem and cerebellum. This small area controls movement, coordination, and vital body functions such as breathing.

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