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与家属沟通捐出死者细胞组织 协助延续生命是她的使命

邱薏中是新加坡保健服务集团组织移植中心的移植协调员,她去年获新保集团颁发最杰出协调员奖。(叶振忠摄)

每当有人不幸因心脏骤停逝世时,邱薏中就会赶到医院与家属交谈,问他们是否愿意捐赠死者的细胞组织。

全国目前只有三名全职细胞组织移植协调员轮班,邱薏中就是其中一人。

邱薏中透露,约一半的家属会拿不定主意,她就尽量说服并帮忙解答疑问。家属答应后,她就会赶紧与各专科医生协调。

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送学生回家的老师

贵州阶你村孖尧教学点目前唯一的老师潘平忠,牵着幼小学生的手送他们回家。(新华社)

他真是一位不可多得的好老师。不,48岁的潘平忠除了是一名教师,也是孩子的保姆、玩伴和厨师。

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巴士车长热心撑伞 仅一搭客道谢热议

SMRT一名巴士车长在下雨天主动为乘客撑伞,获网民赞赏。(取自面簿)

雨中搭巴士,上车下车都麻烦。

开伞关伞间,身体难免会被冰冷的雨水打到,搭客这时总会问:巴士站和巴士车门之间如果有遮盖,那该有多好!

互联网昨天(2月27日)就出现这么一则视频,一名暖心的巴士车长,在载送搭客之余,还进一步为搭客提供“额外服务”,替下车搭客撑伞,在雨中为搭客送上一丝丝暖意。

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Retires After Serving Smiles For More Than 30 Years

Russel started working in 1984 when he was 18-years-old. He served at McDonald’s for 32 years. He decided to retire at the age of 50.

We all know how hard it is to work in one place for a long time. How long is too long for all of us? 2 years, maybe 5? But this man has worked at the same place for more than three decades and he has now retired. 50-year-old Russell O’Grady was a beloved McDonald’s employee with Down’s Syndrome. He has worked at the same restaurant for 32 years! According to Independent, “he first came to the restaurant in 1984 on a work experience placement organized by Jobsupport, an Australian government initiative that helps people with intellectual disabilities find paid employment when he was 18 years old.”

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老妇携癌夫游新 女经理送暖关怀

翁婉馨(中)和澳洲老妇合照。(受访者提供)

七旬妻带八旬胃癌夫出行,酒店值班女经理不时到洋夫妻房间嘘寒问暖,还提供车资卡方便他们游览新加坡,希望营造最完美的旅行回忆。

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The Champion Who Was Being Treated Shamefully

Serena Williams reacts while being interviewed after her defeat to Naomi Osaka (second left). Getty Images

Naomi Osaka, 20 years old, just became the first player from Japan to win a Grand Slam.

Yet rather than cheer Osaka, the crowd, the commentators and US Open officials all expressed shock and grief that Serena Williams lost.

Osaka spent what should have been her victory lap in tears. It had been her childhood dream to make it to the US Open and possibly play against Williams, her idol, in the final.

It’s hard to recall a more unsportsmanlike event.

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Finding their potential and seeing them succeed is what keeps him at this job

The student had forgotten her dance shoes and had left them in school.

This was just before she was supposed to go on stage for a performance.

Replacing the missing shoes with ordinary shoes would have been fine.

But Mr Andy Ang, 46, who teaches vocational skills at Association for Persons with Special Needs (APSN) Tanglin School, wanted his student to feel good and look her best.

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