Read Jeremy’s story about Joyce and Celine Fernandez in the October issue of Reader’s Digest Asia. The story appears as a 12-page bonus read on pages 120-131. The story is now on the Reader’s Digest website.
my paper, Singapore’s first bilingual English-Chinese freesheet targeted at young professionals features Before We Forget as their Chinese edition cover story. 「记录点滴分享“忘记”」，记者：许淑美。 my paper 《我报》, 16 September 2011, Cover story, Pages B1, B10 & B11.
Hachisu and the Lien Foundation presented two preview screenings of the Before We Forget documentary at The Arts House at The Old Parliament last Saturday for members of the press and invited guests. The film will be released in late 2012.
Lianhe Zaobao, Singapore’s largest circulating Chinese newspaper, features Before We Forget as the cover story on their Sunday magazine. 「记录是为了分享忘记－巫健闻和李先捷的《勿忘我》」，记者：黄亿敏。
The Straits Times, on 31 August 2011, examines the motivations behind Before We Forget. “Web project puts spotlight on dementia – Duo invited families to share stories on caring for patients” by Lin Zhaowei.
After going through more than 50 submissions to the Photo Challenge, we have selected two winning entries and two runner-ups. This decision is made based on the strength of the stories behind the photographs and aesthetic quality. All four selected participants win a half-day Photojournaliam Workshop with Bob Lee, an award-winning photojournalist.
Youths start conversations about dementia through website and documentary – Stories, photos, videos of experiences with dementia to feature in September exhibitions at VivoCity, Jurong Regional Library and The Arts House.
Our first 2 postcards have been printed. There will be more to come in the coming weeks with submissions to the Photo Challenge, and more by mid-September. Collect these cards from these places and pass them to your friends.
The Photo Challenge has been extended to 15 August to allow you some more time to submit your entries. Submit your photos today!
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