Cruise treat for seniors

Senior citizens from Thye Hua Kwan (THK) Moral Activity Centre taking in the sights of Singapore's southern shores on a cruise yesterday organised by Marina at Keppel Bay. Joining the seniors were Keppel Volunteers and Keppel Land senior management i
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Senior citizens from Thye Hua Kwan (THK) Moral Activity Centre taking in the sights of Singapore's southern shores on a cruise yesterday organised by Marina at Keppel Bay. Joining the seniors were Keppel Volunteers and Keppel Land senior management including president (Singapore) Tan Swee Yiow (second row, right), as well as divisional director of THK Sng Yan Ling (second row, centre). In a speech at the event, Keppel Land chief executive Ang Wee Gee said the company and Singapore were able to enjoy the success of today because of the strong foundations and contributions made by the pioneer generation of Singaporeans. Marina at Keppel Bay is managed by Keppel Land Hospitality Management. Keppel Volunteers was started in 2000 as a group-wide movement. Employees are given up to two days of paid leave each year to participate in activities organised by Keppel Volunteers.

A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on August 22, 2015, with the headline 'Cruise treat for seniors'. Print Edition | Subscribe