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I can’t believe we’re only 7 more weeks to a new year. This year, in many ways, has felt so long, but also so quick – have you ever had that feeling? 2019 has been a year of some very strange and unexpected events, some of which I’m grateful for and some, I could have done without. I know that every single one of them has been a lesson which I can take with me, to learn and grow from. But stepping away from certain things to really look after myself has been the best thing I’ve done in a long time (10/10 would recommend!) This Friday I make a very exciting announcement – and I can’t wait to share it with all of you xx #tishs #thingsishouldhavesaid
Tabitha is also another Generation T honouree who recently performed at the Hong Kong Tatler Ball. She attended Singapore’s Tatler’s event, Tatler Table: The Cover Stars Series too. Tabitha is no stranger to the entertainment scene as she is also an R&B singer and Singapore Idol alum. Tabitha opened for US sensation Khalid’s American Teen Tour in Singapore last November.
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Our inaugural #AmbassadorsBuild was the biggest volunteer led build of 26 volunteers to date with the biggest commitment to build 3 homes. What was even better for this build, was that we were able to experience foundation work, which is not normally part of a build. This was back breaking physical labour moving big rocks or "Dungas" in Nepalese and literally building a layer upon layer to essentially lay the foundation of a house. So I was very grateful that we could experience this part of building a home, which required everyones full strength and effort. It was just so amazing how hard everyone worked and how efficient we were to really make a difference for the short time we were there. Looking back, we actually only had about 3 and half days of what was supposed to be a 5 day build, due mostly to logistically issues. We also lost electricity on the last 2 days, which meant a big step up to cut rebars by hand. But these are what makes a build a bigger adventure and what rallied us even more to make the best of this experience and build homes for the wonderful families who had been living in temporary shelters since 2015. I want to continue to learn and grow with each build, so different methods or materials will give me new experiences. I'm not sure when my next build will be, but the fulfillment is always such an amazing gift and I look forward to volunteering as soon as possible, thank you Habitat for Humanity for letting me be a part of your family. #HabitatForHumanity #CharityBuild #TeamBuild #HomeBuild #Volunteer #FindYourCause #MakeADifference #GivingBack #Singapore #Nepal
Paul is an actor-host who recently gained attention for No Sleep, No Fomo, his reality travelogue on Viu. He completed 60 challenges within 60 hours in various countries including Hong Kong, Indonesia, Switzerland, South Korea and more. Paul had a chance to work with other Asia stars such as Kim Jong-kook from South Korea and Laureen Uy of the Philippines even though it was “exhausting.”
Nicole has a background in finance, the founding partner at blockchain advisory firm Athena Advisory as well as the Singapore chapter lead of SoGal. SoGal is a platform for entrepreneurs and investors that aims to close the diversity gap in entrepreneurship and venture capital. Nicole’s Instagram feed is filled with travel, workout and #OOTD shots.
Vinny is a YouTube whose real name is Vinesh Nagrani. He has been making videos for more than four years. His earlier work was filmed in Manchester where he had studied and graduated with a degree in Economics. Punggol Migration is his most viewed video with over 16,000 views. The video is about Singaporean students talking about life away from home.