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Haziratul Zakirah – Girl Aces Her O Levels After Giving Up Social Media

Haziratul Zakirah The “Everyday Hero”   The next “Everyday Hero” we're featuring, after our stories on the one-handed hawker and "Uncle Bread", is 16-year-old Haziratul Zakirah. Zakirah, who received her O-level results on Wednesday (Jan 11), was one of the top scorers from Hong Kah Secondary School - thanks to her determination to give...
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Yee Meng Yong – One-Handed Hawker Supports Family By Selling Delish Bak Chor Mee

Yee Meng Yong The "Everyday Hero" In another profile on an "Everyday Hero", we take a look at Mr Yee Meng Yong, 54, who owns Punggol Noodles at Lorong Ah Soo Market and Food Centre at Hougang Avenue 1, has worked tirelessly for 22 years to support his family -...
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Serangoon’s “Uncle Bread” Calls It A Day To Heartwarming Tributes From All

Uncle Bread The ‘Everyday Hero’ For the past 55 years, Mr Foo Kee See, 78, has been a perennial figure in Serangoon Gardens and the Seletar Hills Estate, delivering bread, provisions and warm smiles to residents. He is affectionately referred to as "Uncle Bread" - truly an "everyday hero". However, from Wednesday...
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12 Halimah Yacob Facts That Show She Doesn’t Need The Reserved Presidency To Win...

Facts About Halimah Yacob Speaker of Parliament Halimah Yacob, 62, is a household name and it’s no surprise — she could very well become Singapore’s next president, and first female president. And it's all the more likely after Minister for Communications and Information Yaacob Ibrahim ruled himself out of the...

10 Rachel Wong Facts That Prove She Is Taking Over Social Media

Rachel Wong is more than just your ordinary blogger She may have started off as a blogger but the sweet-looking damsel is conquering the Internet day by day. With a strong online presence, here are 10 facts about Rachel Wong that prove she is taking over social media, slowly but surely. 1. She has...

Locals Celebrate The Hard Work Of Migrant Workers On Labour Day; Netizens Also Gave...

Migrant workers were treated to a celebration during labour day Ah, labour day -- the one off day we get for slogging our lives away. While most of us were enjoying our weekend break, non-profit organisations and many people came together to celebrate the hard work and contributions of our migrant friends. What different organisations...

10 Facts About Rui En To Know Who She Is

Rui En crashed into a stationary motorcycle while driving If you haven't heard, our favourite poker face actress got herself  in a car accident yesterday (14 Apr) at a Clementi Avenue 2 carpark. At about 4pm, Rui En accidentally knocked over a stationary motorcycle which made the owner, Mr Bahrom Sarmiten of the motorcycle...

Why Ong Teng Cheong Will Always Be Our Favourite President – Gone Too Soon:...

Singapore's fifth president, Ong Teng Cheong Ong Teng Cheong might have passed away more than a decade ago, but he's still fondly being remembered as the people's president. He was Singapore's fifth president, and the first to be elected by the people in the 1993 presidential election. Here are 10 reasons...

Students In Singapore Bring Migrant Workers Closer To Our Hearts By Giving Them A...

Familiar strangers living in Singapore Source, Source This is a common sight in Singapore. We all know who they are -- they are the people who build our houses; they are the people who clean our houses. Yet we barely know much about their cultural background, which is quite disgraceful considering the fact that...

Here’s How 4 Students From NTU Assist Caregivers Who Help Those With Special Needs

Project Share the Care SG encourages Singaporeans to provide support to caregivers Share the Care SG is a campaign put forward by four students from Nanyang Technological University to encourage Singaporeans to provide support for people who help those with special needs. This campaign highlights the challenges these caregivers face and educates...

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