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Roy is 14. Upon returning home after school, sometimes he does his homework, sometimes he watches the television, but more often than not, he is glued on the computer or on the phone. His grades are mediocre, his teachers' advice about 'his potential being unfulfilled' are now droning noises that recur at every parent-teacher meeting. To Roy, his parents' constant naggings are too.
Jane is 8. Having parents who are both in business, her days at home are mostly with the helper. Food, clothing, accommodation are fully accounted for. However, Jane would like to have some fun with her mom and dad.
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- 14, 21, 28 November 2015 (Saturdays)- Morning Star (Sengkang Centre) 9am-1pm
- 10, 17 October 2015 (Saturdays) - Morning Star (Sengkang Centre) 9am - 1pm
- 3 October (Saturday)- Morning Star (Sengkang Centre) 9am-1pm
- 21 November (Saturday)- Morning Star (Primavera Centre) 9am-5pm