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Help One Help Many

Melvyn Tan
Melvyn Tan
1 min read

I sometimes complaint about the slightest things. WiFi’s not fast enough. Phone’s not fast enough. You know, first-world problems.

He can feed himself again

Daniel, a victim of the war in Sudan can’t even feed himself. But thanks to Mick Ebeling’s Not Impossible’s project, Daniel is able to feed himself again!

As you watch the video, ask yourself this question: how can you make someone else’s life better?

Melvyn Tan

Despite living the good life at midlife, I was diagnosed with depression and anxiety. My aim here is to reinvent midlife, learn new skills, and understand how the world works post-COVID.