Coronavirus: More activities held remotely

The Singapore Management University will be live-streaming most of its lessons for first-year students from next week.
The Singapore Management University will be live-streaming most of its lessons for first-year students from next week.PHOTOS: TWC2, ST FILE
Non-profit organisation Transient Workers Count Too, which advocates for the protection of migrant workers, conducted its volunteer orientation over live-streaming – the first time it did so.
Non-profit organisation Transient Workers Count Too, which advocates for the protection of migrant workers, conducted its volunteer orientation over live-streaming – the first time it did so.PHOTOS: TWC2, ST FILE

Once a month, members of book editor She-reen Wong's book club gather in her apartment to "discuss the finer things in life".

The group of four women discuss the book of the month over a spread which includes, but is not limited to, wine and a cheese platter as well as pasta, ice cream and salad.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on February 15, 2020, with the headline 'More activities held remotely'. Print Edition | Subscribe