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What’s Said

29 Mar 12 Beautiful Ducklings

[vc_row][vc_column width='1/6'][/vc_column][vc_column width='2/3'] Hi there, my name is Chris. I recently had the chance to share my experience of being a severely overweight 12-year-old in TAF Club. (You can read that post here.) When I first crafted the post, I did not really have any intention to delve deep into...

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26 Mar Esther Rachel Lai

[vc_row][vc_column width='1/6'][/vc_column][vc_column width='2/3'] Esther Rachel Lai had her first child and got married at nineteen, while most of her peers were living a carefree, single life. Dealing with the challenges of being a teenage wife and mother has not been easy, but Esther has taken it...

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12 Mar Ijechi

Ijechi a Miss Singapore Universe 2015 finalist and law student,  can give you a 10-reason breakdown on why she prefers Laksa to Chicken Rice. By all indicators, she is a true-blue Singaporean girl. Yet, she faces questions about her ethnicity and nationality on a regular...

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01 Mar Emily Sin

[vc_row][vc_column width='1/6'][/vc_column][vc_column width='2/3'] Emily Sin is a chemical engineer intern at Jurong Island by day and a champion “Wushu Warrior” by night. “Wushu Warrior and Chemical Engineer” no doubt, makes for an unconventional combination. But it describes National Wushu athlete, and our second #happybeing ambassador, Emily Sin, to a T. UNSAID caught up with Emily...

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  In an article titled, "Five gender gaps Singapore Women still face in 2015", the ideal Singapore woman is described as such: The Singapore woman is cosmopolitan, her destiny shaped not just by local culture but influenced also by an ever permeating global culture, augmented by Singapore's...

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03 Dec Inside Story: Timothy Seet

[audio m4a="http://www.unsaid.sg/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/Tim-blog-post.m4a"][/audio] I believe that staying silent, staying apathetic, allows me to be happier. I believe that other people’s issues don’t concern me as long as it wasn't affecting me. I believe that by staying quiet, I am not being selfish. I am wrong. It took me...

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