Biography of the Author Lam Shushan

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  1. Life in pieces: What next for half a million Rohingyas stuck in the refugee camps?

    From free food to a lost-and-found booth, CNA Insider's Lam Shushan discovers how compassionate residents are helping to meet the desperate need, ...
  2. ‘What if these were my children?’: Small Singapore NGO hopes to return to Bangladesh with bigger impact

    Global Ehsan Relief team members speak of moving encounters with the Rohingya refugees and want to increase aid. “I hope people look at our ...
  3. Malay devotee of Chinese calligraphy proves critics wrong, one stroke at a time

    “I speak Malay, I eat Malay food, I am everything the community would identify as being Malay.” But that’s why Malik Mazlan thinks he has ...
  4. In Bangladesh, aid agencies struggle with Rohingya influx

    The exodus of Rohingya refugees from Myanmar into Bangladesh has reached 379,000 in just over two weeks, according to the latest estimates by aid ...
  5. Extraordinary People: In a life of limitations, frustration slowly turns into determination

    In the first of a new series looking at Singaporeans with inspirational stories to tell, Channel NewsAsia's Aqil Haziq Mahmud finds out about a ...
  6. The ‘camera whisperer’ who fixes what the professionals can’t, or won't

    He is a hobbyist who brings cameras back from the 'dead', and repairs those that service centres turn away - showing up the flaws in our ...
  7. Bringing the kampung back, one dish at a time: Hjh Maimunah's next generation

    They vow to carry on their family’s legacy, but maintaining traditional cooking methods while growing a business can be challenging in today’s F&B ...
  8. Learning from nenek how to be a man for his family - in the kitchen

    His grandmother showed him that cooking can keep a family together. Now he hopes to inspire other men to share the responsibility in the household.