At the age of 33, H'ng Peng Hock was diagnosed with ALS (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis), leaving him and his wife in profound despair. They wept bitterly, and despite his deteriorating condition, H'ng Peng Hock could not let go of his devotion to his wife and child, displaying remarkable resilience.

Now, at the age of 45, H'ng Peng Hock has lost his mobility, ability to speak, and the capacity to swallow, leaving the family without a pillar of strength. However, they encountered ONE HOPE CHARITY and numerous compassionate individuals who reignited hope in their lives and offered them warmth and support. The unwavering support of their family has become H'ng Peng Hock's strong foundation.

His wife, Liew Lin Na, tirelessly cared for her husband for years. Her duties included feeding through a tube every two to three hours, turning him every two to three hours, bathing him twice a day, giving him a shower every few days, and providing continuous massages and physical therapy. The demands of caregiving took a toll on her both physically and emotionally. Fortunately, with the occasional help from their children, Liew Lin Na could catch her breath.

"I never thought of giving up on my husband. At most, both of us would cry silently. My husband can only shed tears silently because he has lost his ability to speak, and we can only communicate through eye contact."

With the required medical expenses of RM140,000 raised within a mere 19 hours, One Hope Charity has ceased fundraising activities. They express heartfelt gratitude to the generous contributions from the public, which have lightened the financial burden on the family.

H'ng Peng Hock, from Nibong Tebal, Penang, gradually lost his balance and fell 12 years ago. Subsequently, he was diagnosed with ALS, commonly known as Lou Gehrig's disease or motor neuron disease. His family was unaware of the cause, and they watched helplessly as he slowly lost his mobility, speech, swallowing ability, and life force. Nevertheless, the family refused to give up on him, silently guarding the head of their household for the past 12 years.