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Sorry Ko

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Thriving from adversity

Ko Wing Chi, Sorry is a female entrepreneur who sells women's underwear and caters to the needs of women of different sizes. Sorry is now the owner of nine stores and she recently opened a wheelchair-friendly branch. When she was a child, she was discriminated because of her figure. She has also experienced various difficulties on the way to start a business. She was betrayed by a friend who stole her business, a close family member passed away, she was divorced, and these all happened within one year. For a time, Sorry suffered from depression and was unable to move forward. Looking back, Sorry says, ‘I see difficulties as experiences. Every battle I underwent has made me more courageous. I fight against adversity. Without difficulties, I would not have become who I am today.’

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