Biography of the Author Anthea Ong

Anthea Ong

Contributor to CNA, Asia's leading English-language news platform.

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  1. Push-up

    Commentary: What good is doing push-ups for mental health?

    The opportunity for real impact may be missing from the well-intentioned 25-day #pushupchallenge currently making its rounds in Singapore, says ...
  2. Elderly man using mobile phone

    Commentary: COVID-19 has revealed a new disadvantaged group among us – digital outcasts

    Instances from the ground reveal significant struggle in terms of digital literacy and skills, particularly among low-income households, the ...
  3. Shunfu Market woman in viral video

    Commentary: We declare a goal of ending mental health stigma yet viciously mock the woman at Shunfu Market

    A viral video of a man mocking the woman who yelled ‘I’m a sovereign’ at Shunfu market suggests we are not walking the talk when it comes to ...
  4. While frontline workers have borne the brunt of the mental stress caused by the virus, many others

    Commentary: Working together towards a zero-suicide Singapore

    A goal of zero suicides seems implausible to achieve, but it’s about challenging myths and making resources accessible, says Nominated Member of ...
  5. sad, depressed, woman struggles with depression, mental health

    Commentary: Will you hire and retain persons with mental health conditions?

    With more people in Singapore experiencing a mental health issue in their lifetimes, NMP Anthea Ong says that employers can no longer ignore ...
  6. canned food given out to needy

    Commentary: Reduce waste by redistributing food surplus to those in need

    Ensuring that food is not wasted and can be redistributed to those who are food-insecure must be a national vision, says NMP Anthea Ong.
  7. Elderly on wheelchair

    Commentary: Three stories from caregivers show we still undervalue caregiving

    We need a deeper conversation on how to support caregivers and provide them with the financial and psychological support they need, says Member of ...