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From eating disorder to loving food: How one undergrad overcame her condition

Rashyr sought help when she became suicidal, and learnt not to use food as a coping mechanism for the depression and anxiety she faced.

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A talented artist as a child, Sim Kah Lim's horizons abruptly shrank when he was warded as a teenager with schizophrenia. But ...

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Chinatown was a shadow of its former self, until these seniors brought the groove and joy back with impromptu street jams.

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We had 13 lives waiting for us and we couldn’t leave them behind. So we soldiered on.

Thai Navy captain Anand Surawan on the rescue mission for 12 Thai boys and their football coach trapped in a cave

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Despite all this amazing technology, in the end, it took people working together ... for this one unifying goal.

American caver Josh Harris, who worked as a liaison between foreign divers and locals in the Thai cave rescue mission

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Asia British diver tells of 'massive relief' at unprecedented Thai cave rescue
Calling me a hero is too much. I don’t think I’m a hero but I just happened to have the boat in my car and I was there, so I think everyone would do the same thing in that situation.

Hiroshi Nomura, who helped save 20 people when his hometown in Japan’s Kurashiki was flooded

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It is a long road ahead, with many more challenges to overcome. But I hope the Singapore meeting has set things moving in the right direction.

PM Lee Hsien Loong, on peace and stability on the Korean Peninsula

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Singapore ‘Constructive dialogue’ necessary for peace and stability in Korean Peninsula: PM Lee
No one can be optimistic about the results, but my cautious outlook is that the negotiations would be able to succeed if the North carries out a complete ​​​​​​​denuclearisation, and the international community gathers efforts to provide security guarantees to the North.

South Korean President Moon Jae-in on North Korea-US talks

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The one-party system is a dinosaur which is overdue for extinction in Singapore … I think what’s important is that there will be a free discussion of ideas, a thinking-through of plans of what’s good for Singapore.

SDP chairman Paul Tambyah on the future of Singapore’s opposition

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