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Singapore’s Queen of Mandopop Stefanie Sun shares her parenting style in final Kindversations episode




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In the last episode of Singapore Kindness Movement’s (SKM) Kindversations series, Singapore’s very own queen of Mandopop, Stefanie Sun, gets bombarded with witty questions by 11-year-old choral enthusiast, Sara about her celebrity life as well as parenting style. Young Sara then discovers to her disbelief that being the child to a famous mum may not be all that smooth-sailing.

Amidst the constant scrutiny that comes with the celebrity glitz and glamour, Stefanie talks about how she enjoys making others genuinely happy through her small gestures. She is a strong advocate of simple acts of kindness and believes that everyone can help out in their own ways by supporting causes they like.

Additionally, Stefanie has been known to be protective of her 5-year-old son. In the episode, she provides rational explanation as to why she has decided to be this way.  The international superstar places utmost importance on good parenting as she believes a parent’s presence is one of the key determinants in shaping a child’s moral values.

Watch the adorable pair as they let you into Stefanie’s secret to happiness (and you will be surprised at her answer!) and how she uses her influence to make the world a better place to live in.

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Kindversations Ep6: Stefanie Sun shares her secret to happiness

In the final episode of Kindversations, Singapore's beloved Mandopop queen, Stefanie Sun, shares her thoughts on music, parenting & kindness with 11-year-old Sarah. Be surprised with her secret to happiness, and find out why she loves her job!Missed episodes 1-5? Check them out here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLb_ioh_CbH0XzGYmzr-hvf3GfTf5TQkZRSpecial thanks to 孫燕姿 Sun Yanzi for making this happen!

Posted by Singapore Kindness Movement on Monday, 10 April 2017

The Kindversations series delves into the spirit of kindness with well-known personalities from varied backgrounds. Preceding episodes of the series have showcased five other eminent guests being put through the unconventional questioning of eager and curious youth. Through the idea of having lighthearted conversations facilitated by youths, Kindversations has successfully allowed for the exchange of honest viewpoints on issues revolving around kindness in our society.  As well, the series shows that values and norms are important and relevant to the future generations, as they were to the experienced interviewees.

Established actor Adrian Pang, esteemed journalism professor Dr Cherian George, football legend Fandi Ahmad, ambassador-at-large Chan Heng Chee, ambassador-at-large Tommy Koh have thoughtfully shared their insights and opinions on what kindness means to them in their respective episodes. Click here to catch the exclusive last episode of Kindversations with Stefanie Sun.


Past guest interviewees: ●      Adrian Pang (actor & artistic director of Pangdemonium)

●      Dr Cherian George (writer & academic)

●      Fandi Ahmad (football legend & coach)

●      Ambassador-at-Large Chan Heng Chee (academic & diplomat)

●      Ambassador-at-Large Tommy Koh (lawyer, professor)

●      Stefanie Sun (Mandopop queen & artiste)


About Singapore Kindness Movement
Kindness is in everyone. The Singapore Kindness Movement (SKM) wants to encourage everyone to start, show and share kindness. We aspire to inspire graciousness – one kind act at a time. By sparing a thought for the people around us, we hope to create a gracious society, and make life better for you and me. SKM is a non-government, non-profit organisation, as well as a registered charity.

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