Unlikely partners join hands as part of Sweden-S'pore initiative

Mrs Prema Mahalingam, owner of local textile and book shop Aaria Creations is collaborating with pharma giant AstraZeneca on a virtual storytelling competition. PHOTO: SWEDISH CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SINGAPORE
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SINGAPORE - Two unlikely partners are gearing up to organise a virtual storytelling competition for migrant workers in Singapore.

Local textile boutique Aaria Creations is linking up with British-Swedish pharmaceutical giant AstraZeneca for a good cause.

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