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.
PHOTO: PROJECT CHULIA STREET
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...