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Don't be ashamed of those extra pounds

Don't be ashamed of those extra kilos – focus on these other things instead

So you’ve put on some weight during lockdown. You can obsess over it, but you can also be kinder to yourself. Here’s how.

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Mark Rusli is one of the Jurong Bird Park's four hand-rearers.

He’s a ‘foster parent’ raising baby birds by hand, helping to save threatened species

There is delight in seeing hatchlings poo, and special care in preparing their formula milk. Mark Rusli knows all about the ...


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Hundreds of patients are checked daily at Singapore's Covid-19 screening centre.

Inside Singapore’s COVID-19 screening centre

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We will need to better take care of those affected by job and business losses. We have and will continue to do these in a sustainable way that is not divisive, affirm the dignity of work and strengthen our social fabric.

Trade and Ministry Minister Chan Chun Sing, following the announcement that the Singapore’s economy had contracted by 13.2 per cent in its “worst quarterly performance on record”

Chan Chun Sing presser Aug 11
Singapore 'We are not returning to a pre-COVID-19 world': Chan Chun Sing maps out 'new path' for Singapore
I hope that in the near future the peatland can be further managed and the government will pay more attention to us, little farmers.

Cassava farmer Zam Zami, who hopes for more financial assistance in his bid to reduce peatland fires

cassava in Riau
Asia Planting crops, building wells: Local volunteers take the lead to prevent yearly peatland fires in Indonesia's Riau
Each time the outlook was ominous and we feared the worst, but each time we worked hard to secure our position, gritted our teeth and came through together.

PM Lee Hsien Loong rallies Singaporeans to get through the COVID-19 pandemic together in his National Day message

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Singapore ‘We will need this unity and resilience more than ever’ in fight against COVID-19, says PM Lee in National Day message
I think the main goal of what we believe is that we need to keep it free, because the main goal is just to help out kids, it's never to make a profit.

Teenager Mihika Mishra on co-founding Explorexa, a platform hosting free lessons for children aged 3 to 18

Explorexa online learning platform for kids
Singapore Inspired by COVID-19 restrictions, two 15-year-olds create free online learning platform for kids
Now I enjoy every day as if it were the last. I don’t want to worry too much. ​​​​​​​

Wuhan resident Hu Fenglian on life in the original epicentre city of the COVID-19 pandemic

People dancing next to the Yangtze River in Wuhan
Asia Shadow of COVID-19 slowly lifts from epicentre Wuhan
It’s not like maths, where you have a correct answer. You have to slowly find what works for you.​​​​​​​

Kevin*, who has mental health issues, on how the search for the right care is a complex journey

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Singapore IN FOCUS: The challenges young people face in seeking mental health help

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