Biography of the Author Goh Chiew Tong

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Goh Chiew Tong

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  1. rumah solehah 13

    The matron who heals with tough love, in her shelter for those with HIV

    To care for HIV-positive women who have been shunned by their families and stigmatised by Malaysian society, this CNA Insider InspirAsian gave up ...
  2. (ct) youth mental health 1

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

    Suicide continues to be the leading cause of death for youths, with a total of 71 people aged 20 to 29 taking their own lives last year. CNA looks ...
  3. diaper lawrence 3

    This entrepreneur is giving dignity to needy folks, one diaper at a time

    When he noticed how old and needy folks would save on diapers even though they have urinary incontinence, Mr Lawrence Ng started his own company, ...
  4. A2 food insecurity 23

    Pulling together in creative ways, to better feed food insecure Singaporeans

    There are over a hundred food assistance groups helping the needy. But why are good intentions sometimes falling short of meeting needs – and can ...
  5. A1 food insecurity 32

    Why in a cheap food paradise, some Singaporeans are still going hungry

    A cleaner unable to work, a family with a 4-room flat, a single dad in debt – those experiencing food insecurity are more diverse than you think.
  6. stuffd free food for kids 1

    He went hungry as a teen. Now Stuff’d boss is feeding kids who can’t afford a meal

    For a year, he had one meal a day and quaffed water to keep hunger at bay. It’s why Adrian Ang started a programme to give free meals to more than ...
  7. (ry) mukul interviewed by cna insider

    His double life as a construction worker and a 'famous poet' in Singapore - and the price he paid

    Basking in fame after his book was published, Mohd Mukul Hossine was increasingly unhappy with life as a migrant worker. But could he afford to ...
  8. Mohd Yusof and one of his sons.

    How Singapore left its mark on a backwater village in Bangladesh

    Singapore is the land of opportunity for many in Baluchar, Bangladesh, where one in three men in the village are migrant workers. Have the years ...
  9. Bangladeshi migrant worker Joy Sudip Bhadro set up the only vocational institute in his hometown.

    Inspired by Singapore’s education system, Bangladeshi migrant worker starts polytechnic

    He was unable to complete high school, but Joy Sudip Bhadro’s eye-opening experience here led to a ‘crazy’ dream come true in his hometown. His ...