After eight months (EIGHT MONTHS!!) of work,
this is the best a 14-member advisory panel could come up with --
otherwise known as:
"Thien Nhan will be 10 this year.
He is doing well at school and enjoys learning Aikido.
He is also active in helping other kids who need genital & urinary surgeries,
visiting them in hospital & explaining what to expect, etc. He also helps with fund-raising.
So far, the surgeons who did Thien Nhan's operations have come back to Vietnam
9 times to perform surgeries on 180 other kids with genital & urinary problems."
You can visit Thien Nhan's Facebook Page by clicking here.
On 27 Feb 2016, S$7,590 (excluding my donation) was transferred to Thien Nhan.
To the following contributors: Thank You.
Albert Tan Beng Kiat (S$50)
Amous Lee (S$200)
Ariel Loh (S$300, April 2014 to Sept 2015)
Daniel Boccio (S$140)
Diana Lim Yun Yan (S$300)
Eileen Tay (S$220, May 2014 to Feb 2016)
Francisca Lam Ying Jia (S$100)
Kaye Ng (S$100)
Kieran Wee (S$1,000)
Lee KL Evangeline (S$100)
Leona Ang (S$1,750, Jan 2014 to Jan 2016)
Ong Hui Then (S$60, Jan 2015 to June 2015)
Sally Lam (S$150, Dec 2013 to May 2014)
Tan Yiling (S$80)
Tay Wee Kiat (S$150)
Wang Boon Lian (S$200)
Wong Pei Ling (S$20)
Wong Peng Chuen (S$50, Jan 2015 to May 2015)
I am not a fan of alcohol.
But some people are.
What’s the worst side effect of alcohol consumption?
A hangover? Wrong.
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In a push to raise the professional standards of security firms,
guards are not allowed to work for more than two employers at any one time.
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