Love Life Singapore

Our Objective

We are a team of Ngee Ann Polytechnic students who aimed to promote the Love Life spirit of “I cherish life, I will never give up” to Singaporeans, especially youths aged between 15 – 25 years old.

Taiwanese celebrity Blackie Chen Jian Zhou and the families of three young cancer patients initiated Love Life. They aimed to promote the important value of loving life in this society through documenting true stories of three young cancer patients. Having engaged over 100 artistes, the Love Life Taiwan documentary has garnered over 1, 217, 590 views on YouTube since its official release.

With the increase in suicidal and accident cases in Singapore, we decided to come together and kick-start Love Life Singapore. A strong calling was instilled in us to spread the Love Life spirit locally. We strongly believe that every country has its own Love Life stories. We had gotten the permission from Blackie Chen himself, and he had shown his support by sharing our photo, as well as recording two VCRs for us.

With minimal experience in creating social awareness and event management, we started from ground zero. From publicizing at different institutions, filming Love Life Singapore documentary, designing collaterals, engaging local artistes, sourcing partners and sponsors to finding media for coverage, we planned and organized a final showcase towards the end of our project phase.

The Target Audience

Age 13 to 25 year-old youths
Secondary schools, junior colleges, polytechnics and universities

Our Final Showcase!

Love Life Singapore?????????final showcase was held on 26th January 2013, Saturday, at Ngee Ann Polytechnic’s Music Box. The free seating, 2½-hour event attracted an audience of close to 400 people. Yi-Hwa’s mother, one of the founders of Love Life Taiwan, was the guest speaker for the day. Dr. William Wan, General Secretary of the Singapore Kindness Movement, graced the event. Local singers Teresa Tseng, Leon Lim and Dawn Wong performed, and Adelyn Koh and Isaac Ong from the Love Life Singapore documentary attended the event as well.

What We Learnt

Love Life spirit taught us to appreciate what we have in our lives; appreciate people who have lent their hands for us. It is truly precious to treat people with “kindness” from the bottom of our hearts. Nothing beats true love. “Kindness” is being able to put a smile on people’s face after offering help, which brings joy and happiness to our community. We have also learnt to make use of “Free Movements” to bring everyone together, to spread the Love Life Singapore spirit. At such events, we not only do good for society, but it is also a time for the Love Life Singapore family to meet, reflect and bond.