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Singaporean Stars Plant Flowers For A Cause

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Singaporean stars Bryan Wong and Joanne Peh showed some support for the National Council of Social Service‘s Community Chest recently by planting flowers for charity. The Community Chest collects funds which go to organizations that provide assistance to the country’s disadvantaged people.

The idea, said the Community Chest, is that such flowers symbolise the blossoming hope that members of the community can provide for the less-privileged in society.

Bryan is also appearing in the Ren Ci Charity Show tomorrow, an event which will help raise funds for Ren Ci Hospital and its patients.

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