They’re usually invisible to us, cleaning up after us and keeping the streets and tables clean. Often they seldom receive a word of thanks or acknowledgement as majority of us Singaporeans are busy with our own hectic schedules.
However a group of people have given us a short look into the lives of elderly cleaners in Singapore and given back in their own way to those they’ve managed to reach.
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