In Silence: Foreign Workers in Singapore

Short documentary by Pearline Chew highlighting foreign workers' toil "in silence".

“In-Silence” is a short documentary directed by Pearline Chew that aims to highlight and raise awareness about the plights and situations of the foreign/transient workers of Singapore.¬†Singapore has been built by their hands, and yet, most of the time they are being mistreated and under-appreciated.

This is a final year project by the director. Check out her youtube channel at http://www.youtube.com/user/PearlineVidPortfolio

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