Biography of the Author Tracy Marie Lee

Tracy Marie Lee

Journalist at CNA, Asia's leading English-language news platform.

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  1. Seniors like Khoo Chwee Lye often see the walking stick as a symbol of shame. But not this cane.

    From a walking-stick alarm, to VR time travel: How tech can help dementia patients

    With technology, caring for dementia patients can be made a little easier. The series Gadg(AID) looks at six ways of doing so.
  2. Gadg(Aid) autism main

    How technology gives my son hope with his autism

    Virtual reality and robotic devices can be used to empower those on the autism spectrum and even open up job possibilities for them, the series ...
  3. Tamimi Pohan has brittle bones and wishes for independence. Some smart tech help is on the way.

    Is technology up to helping the disabled with problems of daily living?

    Smart home devices and mobile apps have advanced and changed lives, but how far can they go to help persons with physical disabilities? The series ...
  4. Young people at a climate change rally in Singapore.

    How Singapore sees its millennials (and it's not a pretty picture)

    A nationwide survey uncovers cracks between the different ages, raising questions on whether the young are being ignored, as the documentary ...
  5. DMUI bus driver 12

    He's 23, and out to change the way we think of bus drivers

    Does a bus captain do more than just ferry commuters around? One of the youngest in the trade, Benjamin Lim wants to inspire other young ...
  6. WIM robots main

    It's cats and T-rex versus humanoids, as robots take over jobs in Japan

    Does it matter what robots that serve us look like? And do they reinforce gender biases? Why It Matters explores this debate in Japan, where half ...
  7. GR dementia japan 10

    In Japan, a crisis as loved ones with dementia go missing, some for years

    Thousands of them wander off each year, alarming their families and stretching police resources. The programme Get Real looks at the obstacles ...