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  1. (ry) world new day story - at siti_s

    How Ramadan Diaries series opened minds, homes and hearts

    Inspired by the CNA Insider series on migrant workers, Singaporeans organised open houses to show their appreciation by giving some of them a ...
  2. (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 ...
  3. Freegans01

    Singapore's 'freegans' find treasure in trash

  4. Manila Philippines financial district economy

    Commentary: A booming real estate market in the Philippines reveals its diaspora's purchasing power

    Overseas Filipinos have become purveyors of a new ultra-modern lifestyle that is rapidly being introduced to every corner of the Philippines, says ...
  5. 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.
  6. (ry) nick tai and shaokot 1

    'It's a blessing': Why a millennial 'towkay' fasted with his Muslim migrant workers

    He has a degree in business and finance. But to get to know his family's construction business better, he lived among their foreign employees to ...
  7. Kadir and Mateen

    'We need to take the first step': Giving migrant workers a taste of home away from home this Ramadan

    They have helped to build Singapore’s flats and offices, but Kadir and his friends from Bangladesh had never set foot in an HDB home - until now, ...
  8. (ry) Kadir praying

    'My heart cries': Muslim migrant workers ache for family, but find support from bosses this Ramadan

    At the Paya Lebar Quarter construction site where these men work, extra measures are taken to safeguard their well-being. But nothing can shield ...