Lewis’ Wish

“I wish to have a room makeover (in galaxy theme)
so that I can play games in my room!”

Lewis’

WISH STORY

Lewis is a cheerful and active 10-year-old living with Burkitt Lymphoma. He loves playing FortNite- an online video game, on his Playstation 4 which was gifted by his favourite Youtuber, Jian Hao. Lewis’ one true wish was to have a galaxy-themed room makeover so that he can enjoy playing his Playstation games in the comfort and freedom of his own room instead of fighting for usage of the TV in the living hall with his family members.

Three days before his wish day, Lewis woke up to find a surprise box waiting for him at home. With excitement, he opened it up and it was revealed that the surprise box contained an invitation to a staycation at Festive Hotel, Resorts World Sentosa, along with some snacks for his staycation!

When the time came for his staycation, Lewis perked up once he discovered that they will also be visiting the SEA Aquarium. He truly enjoyed himself as he marveled at the various sea creatures. The family spent the next day at Kidzania before returning home in the evening for the grand reveal of Lewis’ specially made-over bedroom.

To build the anticipation, Lewis was welcomed home with a Fortnite Llama pinata game. He could hardly contain his excitement while being led into his bedroom! Upon entering, he jumped right onto his new queen-sized bed and gazed at the beautiful galaxy wall. When he was ready for more, he began checking out the Secretlab Throne gaming chair, the LED lightings fitted under his bed as well as the galaxy decorations. The Wish Day was not complete without his favourite food, and that was how he ended his amazing day – with his favourite ramen and Koi bubble tea!

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