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  1. She had only worked at his company for a year, but her boss cared for her, even after her death. Liu Fenni, an employee of U Stars Supermarket, died of cardiac arrest last Monday (Sept 12) at Singapore General Hospital. She was 39. And to thank her for her hard work, her boss contributed $10,000 to her funeral expenses, 8World reported. Liu had ill health in recent years, her mum Cai Meiling said. She suffered a stroke in 2020 and was found to have late-stage kidney failure. Despite being on medication and undergoing dialysis last year, Liu's condition continued to deteriorate. "Before she died, my daughter told me that she might not be able to make it through the night," Cai said. "I comforted her and told her not to think too much. I didn't expect to receive a call from the hospital the following morning saying she had died." Cai, 57, regretted not being there with her daughter when she died. Caring boss Before joining U Stars Supermarket, Liu had worked at another supermarket. While there, her current boss, who was impressed by her work attitude, invited her to work at U Star Supermarket's Choa Chu Kang branch. Worried about Liu's heavy workload there, he later transferred her to the Punggol outlet. He also showed concern for Liu's health during the time she worked at the supermarket, Cai said. When the man offered to foot the $10,000 bill for Liu's funeral, she wanted to turn down the offer. But he told the grieving mum "it was to repay her daughter for her hard work". Cai eventually accepted the kind gesture, saying she was grateful that he recognised her daughter's contributions to the company. Kampung spirit Sheng Siong's management similarly contributed money to funerals, but they extended the help to complete strangers. During the circuit breaker in 2020, the bereaved family's relatives saw one of the staff discreetly slip $200 into the collection box at the wake. When asked, the man confessed that he was instructed by the supermarket's management to walk around the estate and look for wakes to make donations. A Sheng Siong spokesperson told AsiaOne then that it had been a company tradition for over 30 years. "This is Sheng Siong’s way of keeping the 'kampung spirit' alive," he explained.
    7 points
  2. Taking a short break with the missus to see autumn leaves in US and Canada. We usually do this autumn leave thing in Japan but this time we thought we’d travel farther. Journey obviously started in Bangkok. Then we catch a direct flight from Singapore to New York, yes our journey shall start from New York City. The flight is expected to take 18 hours but this is a very comfortable aircraft an Airbus 350-900. Seats are super wide Lots of legroom Lots of storage too Will sign in again when arrive
    6 points
  3. For his size I have to admit he does have some moves
    6 points
  4. Not that I support or condone Russia attacking or committing any atrocities but personally I dont believe news 100% from any sides these days because anything and everything can be fabricated. Evidence can be tampered, DNA can be faked, IP address can be spoofed, eyewitness can be bribed etc. I am just going to take everything with a pinch of salt when it comes to main stream media
    5 points
  5. Die cock standing was not meant to be taken literary, just saying.
    5 points
  6. As usual kena caught liao then all this shit excuses come out. knn when rape that time why no think of your own fucking poor health?? hope his inmates know what a fucking beast he is
    5 points
  7. Warning: DO NOT WATCH in the middle of the night.
    4 points
  8. ish jin dua lipas @noobmaster @CannotTahanLiao @[email protected] https://youtu.be/mcMbU6VzPGg?t=1078
    4 points
  9. In today’s edition of “do you see what i see?” @noobmaster @CannotTahanLiao @classyNfabulous @ExTreMisTxxx
    4 points
  10. fwah..... the amount of goodness hidden underneath.... the moment she lifts up her arm it will be heavenly
    4 points
  11. @CannotTahanLiao @classyNfabulous @ExTreMisTxxx sniff armpit kym? https://www.instagram.com/reel/CipRAH_t7Ul/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link
    4 points
  12. Just remember when the going gets tough, seek help and
    4 points
  13. Hair tying for non-lewd and appropriate admiration https://www.instagram.com/p/CiH3gujLVav/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link
    4 points
  14. It's like watching a bully slapping a younger child, and the bully turn around and ask you why the child slap him and you say he slap the child
    4 points
  15. Jhb milf armpit kym? @classyNfabulous @ExTreMisTxxx @CannotTahanLiao
    4 points
  16. 4 points
  17. fwah rao ehs!!!!! moi ish buay lun riaos!!!! the amount of wrinkled flesh ish instant stimmed huans
    4 points
  18. @classyNfabulous @CannotTahanLiao I think @ExTreMisTxxx will be writing some poems
    4 points
  19. if fish too expensive eat lobster la. need me to teach you all meh ps: i learn from the most stupid
    4 points
  20. Will you sniff the bag handle? @CannotTahanLiao @classyNfabulous @ExTreMisTxxx
    4 points
  21. Remember to uplorry only when doing with >=2 girls
    4 points
  22. They gave you a spoon to eat by spoonful like rice?
    4 points
  23. 4 points
  24. @CannotTahanLiao @ExTreMisTxxx @classyNfabulous
    4 points
  25. mmm delicous allow me to humbly share my sinkie aunty
    4 points
  26. 4 points
  27. Over Canada’s Northern Territory now So far had 2 meals and a snack. After take off from Singapore we were served dinner Salmon salad Braised beef with rice Chocolate cake Then it was time to sleep. I think I did 6 hours, nice to be on a flat bed. When woke up was served a satay snack the peanut sauce was really good After more than an hour we were served our second meal Starter is tuna Seafood beehoon The beehoon May look normal but it’s rather flavorful while the shrimp paste chili sauce were a perfect match Ended up with a very nice pudding and cheeses Mildly sweet pudding perfect for me
    4 points
  28. ya man 70 yr old ah ma have to ask herself who she has been voting for all these years LOL
    4 points
  29. Sure i will award you 30k for the compensation. but i will fine you 40k for the illegal plants. you also die cock stand and diam diam liao LOL
    4 points
  30. actually i have to admit he quite good. nvr misses a beat from the music hahaha
    4 points
  31. @meng.huat @socrates469bc when i see bhc, i auto think it stands for bugis health centre wahaha
    4 points
  32. moi 1st virgin post dedicated to dis beautiful armpits fwaha rao ehs the amount of deep lines engraved on those soft brown skin ish sure will create a whole amount of tok gong stench instant stim huans sia
    4 points
  33. SINGAPORE: The Institute of Mental Health (IMH) has launched a nationwide study to identify specific issues, challenges and common psychological problems that affect young people in Singapore. The National Youth Mental Health Study aims to establish the prevalence of key mental health conditions among young people in Singapore, identify the personal and social factors associated with these conditions and the level of unmet treatment needs. IMH researchers will also examine how young people aged 15 to 35 experience major transitions in life, such as moving across various education stages to joining the workforce and starting a family, said the institute in a media release on Tuesday (Sep 27). “This is to assess the impact on mental health and identify risk and protective factors of adverse mental health outcomes that are unique to these stages,” IMH said. About 2,600 people aged from 15 to 35 years old will be interviewed for the study. Respondents will complete a set of questionnaires that will collect information on their socio-demographic background and information related to mental health, feelings, experiences in school or the workplace, social support, and lifestyle behaviours. The study will focus on a wide range of "youth-centric aspects and behaviours" that are linked to mental health and well-being such as bullying, self-harm, alcohol use, smoking, social media use, smartphone addiction, burnout, academic stress, insomnia, resilience, body image and self-esteem. It will also gather views on how satisfied young people are with their living environment, for instance, the level of trust in the Government, a sense of safety in their neighbourhood and social inclusivity. The collection of data for the study will begin in October and continue until June next year. The data will be analysed and the results are expected to be ready by the end of 2024, said IMH. HIGHEST PROPORTION OF MENTAL DISORDERS The Singapore Mental Health Study in 2010 and 2016 focused largely on the adult population in Singapore. Findings from both studies showed that young people aged 18 to 34 had the highest proportion of mental disorders and were more vulnerable to developing mood and anxiety disorders, said Dr Mythily Subramaniam, assistant chairman of the medical board for research at IMH. About 21.6 per cent of youths in Singapore have also experienced at least one mental health condition, she added. The youth mental health study will give researchers an opportunity to intervene early to support people and to design appropriate mental health promotion measures. "This study will also allow us to better understand how young people seek help, which may be different from the general population, to better allocate relevant resources," said Dr Mythily. "Since this is the first time we are conducting a study of this magnitude on this population, the data will also serve as a baseline for tracking future trends and changes in youth mental health in Singapore." The study is funded by the Ministry of Health and is led by Dr Swapna Verma, chairman of the medical board and Dr Mythily. They will work with national youth mental health outreach and assessment service CHAT and the Saw Swee Hock School of Public Health, National University of Singapore. The study will look at risk factors and protective factors, such as resilience and social support for those aged 15 to 35. Dr Swapna said: "Our emphasis is on the transitional phases in a young person’s life. We know that mental health is affected as we experience transitions in life. "For young people, this may be more pronounced because they go through several major life changes in a relatively short period of time – for example, moving from school to tertiary education or National Service, or starting their first job and taking on more responsibilities." These changes also take place against a more challenging backdrop of global upheavals such as the COVID-19 pandemic, wars and climate change, she added. The study will also reach out to young people who are not in education or training as there is not much insight on this group's mental health needs, said Dr Swapna. "With the surge in psychosocial challenges faced by today’s youth, there is a need to identify immediate priorities and take appropriate steps to improve their mental well-being," she said. Source: CNA/yb(mi)
    3 points
  34. self isolate need 80km worth of army tanks to go beijing? something not quite right usually the western media also will jump on stirring but unusually quiet this time round? not say confirm Xi got taiji, but also not quite right
    3 points
  35. Brb imagining with yu meng yu mmm I make sure she calls me 哥哥 or 老公 mmm
    3 points
  36. @CannotTahanLiao @ExTreMisTxxx I shared this in my thread couple of days back, someone asked for her armpit pics and got banned lol. Comment also deleted
    3 points
  37. @The_King how come you have so many boxes for so cheap? maybe you can sell at Clementi MRT toilet to the gay uncles who need “help”
    3 points
  38. pits jin fleshy. @ExTreMisTxxx @CannotTahanLiao will fap fap fap
    3 points
  39. Don't know how he can be so rich as a YouTuber
    3 points
  40. good stuff!!! her white and creamy armpit should be naise to ricks hehehe
    3 points
  41. welcome and enjoy sniffing and licking your journey here bonus: rare picture of zeh zeh opening her armpit in gym mmm
    3 points
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