Room in Her Heart

Room in Her Heart

Posted on Nov 11, 2018 in Campaigns | No Comments

As of September 2017, there have been about 470 children and 440 foster parents in the Ministry of Social and Family Development’s (MSF) fostering scheme. Though a temporary arrangement, these altruistic families open their doors to children who are victims of abuse, neglect or abandonment. One such family is Mdm Asiah Binte Mohamed Salleh, 58, […]

#RedDotStories: The World Record Rangoli Artist

#RedDotStories: The World Record Rangoli Artist

Posted on Nov 4, 2018 in Campaigns | No Comments

Rangolis – intricate, brightly coloured Indian floor drawings traditionally made with dyed rice powder –  are created to mark special occasions such as festivals, weddings and births. World-renowned rangoli artist Vijaya Mohan shares with us how she learned to draw rangolis as a child, and later adapted the traditional art into a contemporary, inclusive art […]

Teaching. A Lifelong Lesson.

Teaching. A Lifelong Lesson.

Posted on Jun 23, 2017 in Campaigns | One Comment

Mr Johari is both a lifelong learner and a lifelong teacher. Starting out with only an ‘O’ Level certificate, he racked up other qualifications along the way, all while teaching full-time. Even as a retiree, he has not left school — he continues to nurture the next generation as a part-time school counsellor. Armed with […]

My Father, The Hawker

My Father, The Hawker

Posted on Jun 17, 2017 in Campaigns | No Comments

The brightly coloured fried dough fritters known as Indian rojak is much loved by Singaporeans. For Sabeek Mohamed Yusof, however, the dish is also a reminder of his father and the work his father put in to make the food that helped feed thousands of people over the decades. Mention Indian rojak (“mixed” in Malay) […]

Red Dot Stories

Red Dot Stories

Posted on Jun 15, 2017 in Campaigns | No Comments

Embark on a journey into the lives of our people as they reminisce about yesteryear and reveal their dreams of tomorrow. The Singapore Memory Project is back with Red Dot Stories, bringing you more videos and blogposts featuring the stories of people who have witnessed significant cultural, political and social developments in Singapore. All rich […]