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Tag: children

Kitchen of Cheer

Mavis Ching runs a cheerful kitchen. It’s nothing much to look at – functional and clean but pretty basic. It’s what goes on in the kitchen that makes it special. Among the dozen or so volunteers who clean, peel, slice and…

Why These Kids Love School

In a rural village 40 minutes’ drive from the city centre of Medan, Indonesia, you’ll find a small school that’s bursting with love. Its name, Abdi Kasih, means dedication with love, and the love and dedication is directed at children with intellectual…

Your Skype Call Can Gift Education

The stress of exams, our children’s education and tuition – these are worries familiar to Singaporeans. Believe it or not, the same concerns affect longhouse kids in Malaysia. Find out how one woman has taken it upon herself to ensure…

Bobby (Owner of café La Ristrettos) and Ron, Father and Son

Shiok! #throwback: A Singaporean Children’s Day

All around the world, Children’s Day takes on a different meaning in different countries. In New Zealand for example, locals initiate joint events to commemorate and celebrate the children in their lives – keeping alive the communal and familial ties…

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Jacinda Ng: The Little Affair

Hey Mums and Dads out there, you are going to thank us for this lobang! Want the discount code? You’re gonna have to keep scrolling before you dress your kids up and get fancy with fashionable clothing for your little…