‘Profiles’

CHALLENGE AUGUST 2017: A Cuppa With…

Challenge Cuppa Aug 2017

Sat down with PS of MEWR for an interesting chat on his perspectives on leadership, engagement and how it all links to behavioural change. For the full story, read the 2017 August’s issue of Challenge [PDF].

Eastern Health Alliance Inspiring Caregiver/Patient Award 2016

EHA2016_hero_patients Grace

  Interviewed 17 truly inspirational people for the Eastern Health Alliance’s Caring awards: caregivers and patients who embody strength, fortitude, compassion and grace to overcome some of the toughest hurdles in life. You can read more about the awards here.

Our lives as work-at-home parents

Our lives as work-at-home parents

For Today Newspaper, Population Special Published 7 November 2012 Our lives as work-at-home parents As told to Sheralyn Tay Why the decision to have kids? Kelvin: Daphne made it quite clear from the beginning she wanted four to seven kids! Daphne: It came up quite early on when we were dating (I was 19, he… Read More

TODAY Newspaper: Sunday Special

Till death do us part Sunday Special

I got to know Pauline, Barry and their sons as well as the Phuas in 2009 when I worked on a Legacy Album project for the Lien Foundation. Their stories of love, courage, acceptance, even sorrow, stuck with me. I pitched this piece for a TODAY Newspaper Sunday Special hoping these stories of love beyond… Read More

TODAY Newspaper: Face in the Crowd

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No bones about it BY SHERALYN TAY When life presents Jeremy Lim an obstacle, he makes the detour count for something He had grand ambitions of becoming a genetic scientist, delving into the mysteries of the human genome and extracting its secrets. So when it came to junior college, Jeremy Lim chose the Sciences route.… Read More

Singapore Jul-Sep 2010

SIFQ3-2010

Publication: SingaporeClient: Singapore International FoundationDate: Jul-Sep 2010Work Scope: Editorial management, feature writing

Singapore Apr-Jun 2010

SIFQ2-2010

It’s been said that Singaporeans have only two passions: shopping and eating. But look beneath the surface and you’ll discover some passions that take an unconventional turn. From cosplayers, Stormtroopers, Singapore cowboys, Harley bikers to Goths, here is a peek into some niche interest groups that go beyond the usual.

Singapore Jan-Mar 2010

SIFQ1-2010

Publication: Singapore / Client: Singapore International Foundation / Date: Jan-Mar 2010 /  Work Scope: Editorial management, feature writing /

Singapore Oct-Dec 2009

Singapore (Issue Oct-Dec 2009)

Balancing the business of doing good and the business of making money calls for a lot more than good intentions. Social entrepreneurs tell Singapore how they juggle the two in the quest to make a difference.