The Good People

Everyday Heroes : Suzana

Born hearing, many questioned for Suzana Slemat on her business model – a social enterprise that aims to bring light on the Deaf community in Singapore. But the then 19-year-old Graduate in Business Studies from Ngee Ann Polytechnic is not paying heed – for all the right reasons.   Founded in 2017, Puzzles SG is […]

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The Good Advice

Norman’s Good Advice

Written by Jeeheng Yew My dear friend and an aspiring actor, Norman only got into acting during his university days, something not everyone will have expected. Describing himself as a ‘positive guy doing what he loves’, Norman shares his experiences – both good and bad – about his journey and pursuit to becoming a great […]

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The Good Advice

Jarvis’ Good Advice

Written by Melissa Robert Originally adapted from Sound The City   ‘When people like your music, that feeling is priceless. Not even a million dollars can buy it.’   Jarvis is a busker from Singapore, but he walked through his very own journey to have gotten to where he is today. It’s a known fact, […]

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In Dielogue: Loretta X Charmaine

Delving into the social sector, requires a set of demanding aptitudes. Social workers are expected to handle different situations – from extending a willing pair of ears, to getting reprimanded by patients and riled into family conflicts. What makes us human is the ability to empathize and give advice – and that’s what our care […]

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Nash’s Good Advice

Meet Mohammad Nashruddin, Physiotherapist, St Andrew’s Community Hospital. He has been working for 2 years and has recently taken up the role in palliative care.   TELL US ABOUT YOURSELF IN 1 LINE. I enjoy putting positive meaning, into every event of my life.   TELL US SOMETHING MOST PEOPLE MIGHT NOT KNOW ABOUT YOU. […]

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Hope, Courage, Strength, The Good People

In Dielogue: Dr Chong X Dr Devanand

When it comes to one’s last wishes, difficult decisions sometimes have to be made by medical providers together with family. We tackle the issue of how medical ethics and specialised care can help patients who are facing death, and address misconceptions from an ethical viewpoint. Meet Dr Anantham Devanand, who is Deputy Head of Lung […]

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