Thursday, 17 Oct 2013
Marine Parade MP Tan Chuan-Jin recently shared on Facebook how a resident's health problem came to light at a recent MPS session, and was subsequently helped by the volounteers there. Mr Tan, who is also Acting Manpower Minister, encouraged others to volunteer in their own communities to reach out to their neighbours.
Uncle came to see us for other issues. But when we saw his hand, it was clearly not right.
Smart phones these days enable us to have quick consults with doctor friends. We decided this cannot wait. Our activists Tyler and Ching Hong brought him to the local clinic and was adviced to go to A&E for deeper tissue cleaning.
Sunday was an opportune time for Ms Indranee Rajah and Mr Victor Lye to catch up with residents in their respective wards.
Residents of various races come together to celebrate traditional Chinese festival.
It is a way of sharing within the community, says Minister Chan Chun Sing at a recent walkabout.
Tan Chuan-Jin says residents who are in a position to help themselves but don't present a dilemma at MPS.
Tampines Changkat CC is using the arts as a tool for change – improving the estate's environment, helping someone earn a living, or simply improving quality of life.
Tan Chuan-Jin receives a card from a grateful resident and says his ministry is looking at how to support ageing.
Volunteers handed out free drinks to park users as part of the 'Beat the Heat' outreach at Pang Sua Canal.
MP for Nee Soon GRC K. Shanmugam has been conducting 'roadshows' to explain the policies outlined in the NDR to residents.
PAP Branch Chairman for Aljunied believes it is more important to be sincere in serving residents than to have many 'Likes' on Facebook.