12-year-old Elynn Tan We Win and 9-year-old Andeline Tan Jia Ling are now attending a Chinese primary school, and their aunt has found a home tutor to provide additional language lessons to help them catch up with their studies and improve their progress.

With the successful fundraising of RM100,000 for the two sisters, their aunt and grandmother can finally breathe a sigh of relief. This has temporarily resolved the issue of their living expenses and educational costs. The funds will be adjusted every six months, and if the sisters' expenses are not excessive, the raised funds may last for more than five years, depending on their needs. In the future, if they show interest, they can also use the funds to participate in talent classes or enrichment programs.

The greatest wish of the 47-year-old single aunt and 71-year-old grandmother is to provide education and support for the two sisters, even though their parents may not be present in their lives. They believe that children are innocent and hope that the sisters can become independent individuals in the future.

They are immensely grateful for the generosity of the public, which has provided the two children with continued access to education. They express their heartfelt thanks to the One Hope Charityand the kind-hearted individuals who have helped them through this difficult time.