Inspiring Figures

Challenging ageing

Challenging ageing

19 December 2017 / Inspiring Figures / No comments

Three inspiring Dialogue with Time senior guides show that ageing is really just a number.

 
The role model

The role model

29 November 2017 / Inspiring Figures / No comments

Frankie Ng not only exercises regularly but also encourages others to live an active lifestyle.

 
A guide to all

A guide to all

26 September 2017 / Inspiring Figures / No comments

A 76-year-old recounts her early years, but it is her present doing voluntary guiding that she is most proud of.

 
Living life to the fullest

Living life to the fullest

4 July 2017 / Inspiring Figures / 2 comments

Edwin Khoo has faced challenges after challenges, and each time, he took the lessons in his stride.

 
Destined to serve

Destined to serve

5 June 2017 / Inspiring Figures / No comments

It was chance that brought Priscilla Theseira to a career in special education and she hasn’t looked back since.

 
A friend in need

A friend in need

24 May 2017 / Inspiring Figures / 2 comments

Ow Tuck Choy is a busy man these days as he has 10 befriendees under him that he keeps a close eye on. As much as it prevents vulnerable seniors from further social isolation, he also gains in making new friends.

 
Life without Bernard

Life without Bernard

7 March 2017 / Inspiring Figures / No comments

Bessie Yap shares about her husband whom she lost in 2013 to cancer, and her life after.

 
Guarding LKY

Guarding LKY

31 January 2017 / Inspiring Figures / No comments

A senior shares his trajectory in the Police Force and how he ended up protecting the late prime minister for 13 years.

 
Banking on relationships

Banking on relationships

17 January 2017 / Inspiring Figures / 2 comments

This senior is rich in his bank, not the money bank but the relationship bank. Building positive relationships is what he is passionate about and hopes he can convince others too.

 
Living with disability

Living with disability

22 November 2016 / Inspiring Figures / No comments

Being disabled does not mean that one can’t do things, it just means changing the way one does things, as a couple of 35 years shared.