7 stories to beat the Sunday blues

An ambulance was stuck at open field along Kim Keat Avenue after trying to take a short cut, on Nov 5, 2016. ST PHOTO: KUA CHEE SIONG

Look, Sunday nights are depressing. You're already thinking about next Friday night.

We feel you.

Here are some stories to cheer you up, make you laugh or warm your heart.

1. Going nowhere

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A huge magnet? A sentient field hungry for vehicles? GPS directions gone wrong? How else to explain a field in Kim Keat Avenue that has found itself an unlikely parking spot for, first, a bendy bus in September, then an ambulance on Saturday.

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2. Dream vacation at last

Eight-year-old Cao Yinpeng had to put on 10kg in two months to undergo a bone marrow transplant and save his father Cao Lei. PHOTO: WEIBO

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3. Wonton destruction

Soya bean drink seller Tan Beng Gek (in purple) being escorted by SCDF officers, after she was punched twice by a man who became aggressive at Madam Yip's (in greenish-blue) Koka Wanton Noodles stall. PHOTO: SHIN MIN DAILY NEWS

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4. Hunky grandpa

Wang Deshun displays a new creation by Chinese fashion designer Sheguang Hu during the fall/winter 2015 China Fashion Week in Beijing on March 25, 2015.PHOTO: NYTIMES

Mr Wang Deshun is 80. Eighty. And he's getting compliments like this: "Grandpa, your stomach is so gorgeous! Incredibly handsome!" The secret to his trim physique (80!)? "I eat whatever I want." Sounds easy enough.

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5. Lucky grandma

Giving Madam Loh's mother-in-law a lift up the stairs to the restaurant are (from left) Lance Cpl Wong, Pte Ng, Pte Ko, Lance Cpl Teo, 3SG Singh and MSG Johan.
(From left) Lance Cpl Wong Kai Xiong, Pte Malcolm Ng, Pte Ko Kai Sheng, Lance Cpl Javier Teo, 3SG Sukhdial Singh and MSG Johan Paramasivan. PHOTO: COURTESY OF LOH NGIUK LAN

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6. Paying it forward

Ms Bianca Tan working with four-year-old Leong Kar Hoi during a music therapy session that helps to regulate emotions and behaviour. ST PHOTO: NEO XIAOBIN

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7. Future in fashion

Mr Mark Lim, the business development manager of Savvy & Co. ST PHOTO: DON CHI

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