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Article Sweet gestures of goodwill
By: CHLOE KOK,   The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (LIFE)  04/04/2020
"These gestures of goodwill are deeply appreciated by all of us at SGH and will keep us going in the fight against Covid-19," said Ms Mumtaj Ibrahim, senior manager of community relations at SGH, in a statement thanking local actress Rui En's fan club for the 2,150 care packages they had delivered to medical staff in February.   (650 words)
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Article Small gestures mean a lot
The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (LITTLE RED DOT)  16/10/2018

The story reminded me that such small and simple gestures are enough to make one a good neighbour. For instance, if I am in the lift and I see that other people are about to enter, I would press the "door open" button to ensure that the doors would not close on them and perhaps even greet them with a hearty "hello".   (188 words)
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Article A simple gesture says it all
By: NEIL HUMPHREYS,   The New Paper  The New Paper  (SPORTS)  02/06/2020
They have an unfiltered line of communication that was rarely available to Jordan or even Hamilton in the early stages of his career. They know how to play the social media game. They have too many followers to silence. Their voices are as relevant as they are necessary. When others go low, they go viral.   (825 words)
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Article Forging community ties, one friendly gesture at a time
By: WARREN FERNANDEZ EDITOR-IN-CHIEF,   The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (INSIGHT)  30/06/2019

"In many countries when they have democracy, they think of it just in terms of elections. But really, it is not just about free speech, but more fundamentally about what each of us can do in society."
This idea of a "democracy of deeds", first coined by Mr S.   (1478 words)
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Article A kind gesture on Vesak Day
The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (FRONT PAGE TOP OF NEWS)  20/05/2019
Buddhists traditionally release animals on Vesak Day but, for the first time, Thekchen Choling, a Tibetan Buddhist temple in Beatty Lane in Jalan Besar, decided to mark it by holding an adoption drive for strays, in collaboration with four animal welfare groups. These mongrels, from animal shelter   (70 words)
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Article Markets mixed on US, China gestures
By: NAVIN SREGANTAN,   The New Paper  The New Paper  (BUSINESS)  13/09/2019

This comes on the back of optimism about Japan's new Cabinet and US-China trade tensions that might have turned a corner.
In what can be considered a goodwill gesture, China on Wednesday announced tariff exemptions on some US imports ahead of next month's trade talks in Washington.   (671 words)
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Article Malaysia should appreciate S'pore's goodwill gestures
The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (FORUM)  09/01/2019

Singapore could have charged higher prices, but in the spirit of good neighbourliness, Singapore has not even brought the topic up.
This is despite it costing Singapore RM2.40 to treat every 1,000 gallons of water.   (224 words)
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Article With facilities shut, golf clubs making goodwill gestures to members
By: GODFREY ROBERT,   The Business Times  The Business Times  (LIFE & CULTURE)  13/04/2020
WITH golf clubs closing all facilities for four weeks until May 4 due to the government's circuit-breaker measures to contain the spread of Covid-19, some clubs have already made goodwill gestures to their members.   (480 words)
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Article Polite gestures by commuters and bus drivers make for a happier ride
The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (FORUM)  24/10/2018

When buses are overcrowded it may not be practical to shout out a "thank you" to the driver when alighting, but even a simple wave would suffice.
Second, a smile or quick welcoming word on the part of the driver to passengers as they board would be appreciated.   (214 words)
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Article Remembering the kind gestures of a sculptor and a poet-painter
By: ROBERT YEO,   The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (LIFE)  16/06/2020
As he told me, among the things he had to have were commissions – people or institutions who pay him to do sculpture. I introduced him to a good friend, C.K Lee, at that time the public affairs manager of Esso, and asked him if his company would commission a piece of sculpture from Eng Teng who had just turned pro.   (1883 words)
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