Biography of the Author Kane Cunico

Kane Cunico

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  1. Singapore's elderly poor: Looking after Helen
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    Singapore's elderly poor: Looking after Helen

    Alone for 17 years after her husband died, Helen Fernandez was falling prey to dementia, loneliness and squalor. But all that changed when a ...
  2. Singapore's elderly poor: Nursing the lonely
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    Singapore's elderly poor: Nursing the lonely

    She has watched her husband, siblings and 3 children all die before her. At 89, she's fought depression all alone -- until these folks offered ...
  3. Singapore's Elderly Poor: The Ice-cream Uncle
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    Singapore's Elderly Poor: The Ice-cream Uncle

    For more than 10 years, 85-year-old Ng Teak Boon has made a living selling ice-cream – but his life hasn’t been quite as sweet. READ MORE: The ...
  4. (kc) Help Kalimantan (1)

    Singaporeans deliver 25,000 masks to haze-hit Kalimantan

    Relief.sg and Let’s Help Kalimantan volunteers are now looking to educate residents on the importance of masks.
  5. (yv) race montage

    Is casual racism okay? Seven Singaporeans share stories

    Seven Singaporeans, aged 20 to 76, talk about dealing with racist jokes, stereotypes and thoughtless comments.
  6. (kc) MYMD Wong Fong (1)

    From cranes to hypercars, family-run SME changes it up with new generation

    The founders of Wong Fong are handing the reins to their children to go forth and disrupt the status quo of its S$70-million-a-year business - and ...
  7. (kc) Rotimatic

    Eight years of stubbornness to give birth to their roti-maker

    The Singapore inventors behind the Rotimatic, the world’s first automated flatbread maker, tell CNA Insider why they never gave up, despite the ...
  8. Daniel tay 2

    I won’t replace humans with a machine, says food entrepreneur Daniel Tay

    To take his Asian-inspired cheesecakes to the global market, the pastry guru is investing in automated technology – but not at the expense of ...
  9. File Photo Kampong Glam

    Heritage and gentrification: Is there a win-win for neighbourhoods?

    A former Kampong Glam resident says commercialisation has stripped away cultural identity, but others tell Talking Point there is a need to keep ...
  10. (kc) Muslim Identity (5)

    Malaysia’s Muslims grapple with being ‘good enough’, as conservative voices get strident

    Wrestling with criticism and what it means to be Malay-Muslim, some worry that the pressure could drive the young into the arms of extremists like ...