To see every person fully inspired and empowered

to pursue their dreams.

A Taste of Rainbow

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About Rainbow

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Behind Rainbow

At the age of 19, Wai Jia struggled with depression and anorexia through medical school. At the time, she wasn't sure if she would live, much less graduate.

 

Yet, after her courageous recovery, people told her to hide her past.

 

Determined to help others, Wai Jia overcame her fear of stigma and published "A Taste of Rainbow" to raise awareness about eating disorders and depression.

 

 

 

Based on a story about a little girl and her ice-cream, this seemingly child-like book is packed with poignant metaphors.

 

An inspirational read, Rainbow emboldens one to cling onto hope and find courage amidst adversity.

 

Today, Rainbow is used as a resource in counseling and therapy centers in USA, and is being developed into an intervention program to help those in need.

 

 

 

About Rainbow

Rainbow's Voice

As a patient-turned-humanitarian doctor, and now an inspirational speaker, Wai Jia's testimony of hope & courage has led her to speak all over the world.

 

 

She has also been invited to speak by Forbes "30 Under 30" in Boston, the HungryforHope conference in Nashville and various podcast platforms in USA.

 

 

 

How You Can Help

Interested in getting the book for a struggling friend, ordering them to complement your therapy program, or using the toolkits in your counseling or mental health practice? 

 

Order copies, make a donation or write to us!

 

 

 

Testimonials

Rainbow and its facilitation guide have been powerful tools for the therapeutic groups I facilitate, as they are thought-provoking, insightful, and inspirational.  

 

They provide a powerful group experience for those suffering from eating disorders.

 

Wai Jia’s testimony offers hope that one can truly recover and lead a full and meaningful life.

 

 

—  Amanda Stutz (MA, LPC), Clinical Director at McCallum Place, USA

 

Videos

Bounce Back Stronger is a short film depicting three stories of Resilience, screened in 2012 as part of a mental health campaign by Health Promotion Board in Singapore.