Terminally Ill Old Man Gets Unexpected Gift For CNY; Restores Our Faith In Humanity

Keeping Hope Alive volunteers fulfill dying man's wish for new clothes this CNY Volunteers from Keeping Hope Alive (KHA) were making their usual rounds at Jalan Bukit Merah when they met resident Uncle Leong. During his conversation with the volunteers, Uncle Leong revealed that he has cancer and is expected to...

These Facebook Comments On Bangladeshi Terror Threats Gave Us Hope

Comments on Facebook gave us something to chew on in midst of terror reports On 20th Jan, The Straits Times reported the arrest of 27 Bangladeshis under the Internal Security Act. Many took to social media to express shock and fear at what had been discovered. But there were also heartfelt posts...

This Is The Only Lion Dance Guide You Need This CNY

Lions are not dragons.

Deceived, Broke, And Ignored: Plight Of Financially Abused Elderly In Singapore

Financial abuse unaddressed in policies protecting the elderly The Straits Times released a report on Sunday (17 Jan) about the increasing number of cases of financial abuse faced by the elderly. According to the report, common cases include children cheating their parents into selling their homes, and denying the parents any...

Bartenders Organize Fundraising Event For Cancer-Stricken Strangers’ Reunion Chef

Just One Shift 2, an altruistic idea derived from sense of solidarity Still remember about the Strangers’ Reunion cafe’s fund-raising campaign to help its head chef, Sebastian Tan, who battles with cancer, last week? Well, the camaraderie of the food and beverage community doesn’t just end there. Twelve bartenders from various bars...

These Singaporeans On Facebook Are Unexpectedly Quick To Play Down The Importance Of PSLE

These two Facebook notes enlightens us about PSLE results This year's PSLE results have just been released, and unlike some parents, there are people out there who are quick to play down the most important exams of any 12-year-old Singaporean's life. That's right, these rebels of society do actually feel that PSLE...

This Student Proves That She’s Tougher This Year’s PSLE Math Paper

12-year-old doesn't let illness stop her from succeeding in PSLE Most kids would have sweet memories of their their school days, but Celeste Chang hardly remembers anything -- for she had to be withdrawn before completing Primary One, after being diagnosed with a brain tumour. In 2010, 6-year-old Celeste was found to have medulloblastoma--a kind...

These 3 Home Team Members Combined To Unwittingly Create The Perfect Recruitment Ad

Off-duty policeman goes beyond the call of duty He intended on having a supper date with his girlfriend but off-duty policeman Muhammad Fareez wasn't prepared to allow a crime take place before his eyes. The Staff Sergeant's (SSGT) from the Singapore Police Force crime-preventing skills were put to the test when...

Remember The Media-Shy Restaurant Boss Who Gives Second Chances? Well, She’s Not That Shy...

Identity of kind restaurant boss revealed This female restaurant boss garnered attention when she leapt to the defence of her employee who had a condition of neurofibromatosis-- a condition which causes the growth of thousands of benign tumours on the body and face, against a customer who had complained about the condition. Her...

This Heart-Wrenching Poem From The View Of A Foreign Worker Made Us Stop And...

The plight of immigrant workers seen through this poem Foreign workers have been the backbone of Singapore's workforce for a good number of years. They perform the tasks that most of us will not even consider. Despite this, many Singaporeans continue to under appreciate their contributions and are impervious to the...

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