Australian child in bullying video coming to S'pore on an all-expenses-paid trip by ONE Championship CEO

More support for the child.

Nyi Nyi Thet| February 21, 10:43 PM

By now, you might have heard of Quaden Bayles, the nine-year-old Australian boy with dwarfism who broke down and cried after some of his classmates had bullied him.

There was an outpouring of support for the young boy following the video.

With stars like Hugh Jackman and James Wood coming out to show their support for the young man.

One of those supporters is CEO of Singapore-based ONE Championship and Evolve gym, Chatri Sityodtong.

Here is the show of support he uploaded after the aforementioned post-bullying video.

In it, he acknowledged that he didn't know what Quaden might be going through, but he was confident that the pain and suffering Quaden was going through would serve as compassion, empathy and strength in the future.

He also offered an all-expenses paid trip for Quaden and his family to come down to Singapore during the summer.

His offer reached the Bayles over in Australia.

In an update to his initial offer, Chatri revealed that he had been on the phone with Yarraka, Quaden's mother, and they had accepted his invite.

While in Singapore, Chatri also plans to personally teach Quaden some "self-defense concepts and skills".

Mothership understands that the tentative plan is for next month, though that might change, the duration of their stay will be dependent on the family as well.

Here is his full post.

To see what other support he has received:

Image from Chatri's post and YouTube