New 3D Mural in Nee Soon South

Nee Soon South now has its very own 3D mural art! The mural commemorates Lee Teck Public School, a kampung school that once stood in Chye Kay village in the Sembawang area. Many residents were resettled from the village into Yishun in 1977. There is a bicycle mounted in front of the mural, so you can take photos that look like you’re part of the mural. Ex-principal of Lee Teck Mdm Ho Chin Geok graced the occasion,....

Polaroids, Coasters and Cookies for Nee Soon Fathers

Over the Father’s Day weekend, many of our young activists and MPs went out to wish residents a Happy Father’s Day. Nee Soon Central took Polaroids of families having their Father’s Day dinner, and gave them to the families with small pouches. The photos will surely become treasured mementos for the more than 200 residents they met! Chong Pang and Nee Soon East gave out coasters and namecard holders respectively, while Nee Soon South gave out handmade cookies.....

Non-Muslim Residents Distribute Ramadan Porridge

Nee Soon GRC has a long tradition of multi-cultural celebrations. This Ramadan, the volunteers giving out Ramadan porridge in Nee Soon Central included five non-Muslims. One of the volunteers Lewis Yong told Berita Harian: “By donating a little time and energy to help distribute the porridge, I can understand what the Muslim community does during the month of Ramadan and also get to know them better.” He even tried to fast himself, but couldn’t keep it up!....

Breaking Fast Together

Nee Soon GRC MPs joined Muslim Singaporeans in breaking fast on 28th May 2017. Around 3000 Muslim Singaporeans, including many Nee Soon residents, gathered at the hard court at Blk 165 Yishun Ring Rd. They were welcomed by a speech from Assoc. Prof. Muhammad Faishal Ibrahim, MP for Nee Soon Central, and chatted with other Nee Soon GRC MPs Minister K Shanmugam, Er. Dr. Lee Bee Wah, Louis Ng and Kwek Hian Chuan Henry. Residents from other races and religions also joined them.....