Biography of the Author Yvonne Lim

Yvonne Lim

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  1. home visits Marlene (in grey)

    ‘Just like us’: Singaporeans open hearts and homes to migrant workers

    Eight families inspired to invite migrant workers over for a meal, after a CNA Insider series, discover a new level of appreciation for their guests.
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    'Hello, new little brother': Former orphan's first Chinese New Year with a family

    Eight-year-old Keyuan has been afraid to sleep alone at night in his new home in Singapore. Thank goodness he's now got three siblings to chase ...
  3. yv facing dementia galen main

    Guilt, burnout and sacrifice: Dementia patients’ caregivers ask ‘have I done enough?'

    How do you do enough for the person who needs your help, and leave enough for yourself too? Caregivers share what they go through - and how love ...
  4. SG elderly help main

    Lonely and 'waiting to die', Singapore's elderly poor find hope in many helping hands

    Poor health and mental illness isolate them from society. But a widening community network is striving to ease their loneliness and make sure ...
  5. Elderly SG main

    Ploughing on: The faces and insecurities of Singapore’s elderly working poor

    The poverty rate has been rising among the working elderly, one study shows. Why do seniors here feel the need to work for long hours and low pay, ...
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    Orphan's poignant photos capture life in shelter for unwanted disabled kids

    Abandoned by parents, the orphans are each other's family – but “please, don’t ever pity us” says 24-year-old Tian Hua Hua who captures their ...
  7. ng chee meng on PSLE

    PSLE changes will be no silver bullet: Ng Chee Meng

    In an exclusive interview with Talking Point, the Acting Education Minister calls the over-emphasis on academics “a disabler” and tackles parents’ ...
  8. Silk Road guangdong protest

    As economy flags, labour protests multiply across China

    In hotbed Guangdong especially, unpaid wages leave many angry and in the lurch, activists tell The Maritime Silk Road.