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Labour Day treat for migrant workers

Project Chulia Street partners other groups to dish out meals for 6,000 people at dormitory

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HELPING HAND: To Project Chulia Street's founder, Sunday's food fair was 'just the beginning', as he also plans to provide dental clinics and financial and entrepreneurial training for migrant workers.

Singapore

FOR most of us, working at our day job is tough enough. To run a non-profit group, serving the community, is perhaps tougher still. Juggling both at the same time requires spades of compassion and commitment.

Yet, it's all in a day's work for David Goh, 54, who wears two