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When We Take our Families for Granted

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Recently, I started watching an exciting Korean drama, “School 2015: Who Are You”. It tells the story of a pair of orphaned twin girls, Eun-Byeol and Eun-Bi, who were separated at birth.

Honoring My Parents From Afar

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For the past eight years, I’ve been living away from home. In 2007, l left Fuzhou, China, to pursue my studies; I now have a Master’s degree and a job in Shanghai. Save for the winter and summer breaks when I make short trips back home to visit my parents and younger sister, I’m not with them most of the time.

My Family’s 5 Most Annoying Habits

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I come from a family of five, comprising four women and one man. We have our fair share of annoying habits: those we used to have, those we still have, and those I do not even want to imagine we might develop in future.

How I Came to Understand My Parents

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Written By Lim Chien Chong Chien Chong joined Singapore Youth…

What My Ideal Family Looks Like

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I had always wished that I was an Eurasian, so I would have nice…

How Jesus Brought Hope to my Hopeless Family

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Written By Vilcon Tauning, Malaysia I was raised in a broken…

Why There's No Better Family than One with Christ

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I come from a family of five—there’s my father, mother, two older sisters and me. Together we’re dysfunctional, disorganised, lazy and sometimes crazy. But behind it all, we’re a very loving bunch.

Sibling Rivalry

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Written By Olivia.O, Singapore It is our human nature to compare…