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TODAY, 15 Dec 2007

Running a nonprofit school to help youth dropouts to complete their O levels is a worthy cause – but with high rental costs and student busaries to fund, it is also an expensive one.

So, to offset the mounting costs of running City Harvest Education Centre (CHEC), founder and principal Kenny Low (picture) last year started a performing arts school called the O School. Its dance classes generate revenue to pay for the costs of CHEC and also provides steady employment for promising young talents to become full-time instructors, performers and choreographers.