Kevin Chiam, a young Singaporean designer was moved to help out the visually impaired community to improve their cooking experience as he saw the scars and scabs they have. As part of his final year at the National University of Singapore, he worked tirelessly to design the cooking tools to ease the experience of those without sight. He is now looking for support to bring his innovation to market.

Troubled by the scars and scabs they received in the kitchen, Singaporean designer Kevin Chiam developed a set of cooking tools for the visually impaired in his final year at the National University of Singapore. The problem? Finding someone to help him bring his Folks product range to market. 

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