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The Graciousness Index an annual study commissioned by the Singapore Kindness Movement (SKM) to track experience and perceptions of kindness and graciousness in Singapore, has continued to move up, from 53 in 2013 to 55 in 2014, and to 61 in 2015. Last year’s rise is led by a growing sense of positive perceptions about kindness and graciousness in Singapore, said SKM.
If this Institute of Technical Education (ITE) student’s kind act is any indicator, then the Graciousness Index is no exaggeration.
Writing in his Facebook, Anaid Quinn, said that the ITE student deserves a recognition for his kindness.
Anaid said: “On a very heavy rainy day opposite ITE central he stood at the entrance of bus 72 and held an umbrella up for everyone else to get on to the bus. Like an overhead bridge if you will. On behalf of everyone Thank you.”
The Internet is now in love with this ITE student. In just 6 hours, Anaid’s post has been shared over 1200 times.
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