A Kind Take: Oscars 2023, more help for rough sleepers, Sophie Soon and assistance dogs, and are hawkers getting enough help?

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16 March 2023

The big news on social media last week was Paralympian Sophie Soon and her experience at a Rocky Masters café in Hougang.

The 25-year-old swimmer, who has an eye condition and uses a guide dog, posted several clips criticising the café on TikTok for “refusing service”. She went viral, although perhaps not the same reasons she had in mind.

Read more here: https://pride.kindness.sg/a-kind-take-oscars-2023-sophie-soon-and-assistance-dogs-hawkers-and-more-help-for-rough-sleepers/

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