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Khaireny Khalid


Little 4-year-old Andika and Olivia started learning about different cultures, skin colour, languages, gender, etc at a very young age and hopefully will carry on appreciating these differences for the rest of their lives.

Lemjay Lucas

Bowling Time

Although less physically able, participants at an annual bowling competition try their best to compete. It is inspiring to see that despite their circumstances, they give their best and perform well at the tournament.

Frederick Oplado

Under the Same Heaven

This juxtaposition of a Hindu temple and a Catholic church speaks volumes about the inclusiveness of Singapore where every religion is respected. Here we can worship side by side, quite literally, as we are all under one sky, one heaven.

Ngan Pin Goh

No Barrier to Mobility

A gentleman in a wheelchair had to be pushed around a raised road divider when it was raised to cross the road. Diversity is about actively considering the mobility needs of people so that they can move around without barriers.

Charlotte Spicer

Age Diversity

Even in the chaos of things you are free to slow down and just be.

Sarah Sai

Living in a multicultural society

In Singapore we are very fortunate to blend with people of other races and cultures. My classmates are dressed in various ethnic costumes to commemorate Racial Harmony Day, which serves as a reminder that Singapore strives to be multicultural.

Stanley Cheah

Multiracial friendship in the community

Minister Grace Fu taking a selfie with Singapore Relay For Life volunteers. During the annual rally the local community come together to celebrate the lives of those who battled cancer, remember loved ones lost and fight back.

David Hong

Tai-Chi Lesson

A Tai Chi session in Singapore became an exercise for all races to come together as a community.

Nirranjani Sakthi

When Time Stood Still

Beneath the gleaming glass and high skyscrapers of Singapore's financial district lies the colourful suburb of Chinatown, with old temples, restored shophouses and men irrespective of age huddled together playing their game of chess with utmost passion.

Ong Yu Han


Foreign workers are the unsung and often unseen heroes of Singapore. From construction work to security, migrant workers contribute to the country's growth, taking up jobs with long working hours. Have we ever truly appreciated them for what they do?

Gina Ng Zhi Ting

Happy Moment

The moments shared with friends are the ones that can be cherished forever.

Stanley Cheah


A good show in the annual Chingay parade can only be successful with good teamwork from all participants.