We Are One Kind

We Are One Kind started off as a video project by Sivaraj Pragasm who interviewed random Singaporeans from all walks of life about "What was the nicest thing you ever done for anyone?"

We Are One Kind is an initiative started by Sivaraj Pragasm.

Ever felt that the Internet was turning into a cesspool of hatred, racism and just plain rubbish? Don’t you feel tired having to scroll down to constantly see someone bitching about someone, putting someone else down or worse, making racist comments and infuriating entire communities of people? Are we turning into an ugly society?

Actually no, We Are One Kind started off as a video project where I interviewed random Singaporeans from all walks of life, from discipline masters to directors to students to an adorable little girl and asked them one question:

“What was the nicest thing you ever done for anyone?”

Well, there you have it, there are good people among us, doing nice (and interesting) things for others and lets keep it that way. Let’s turn this into a movement (hopefully), all you need to do is post on our wall and tell us what’s the nicest thing you have ever done for anyone or anything. Let’s show the World that even though we are all stressed out and packed like sardines, we are all seriously one kind.

Source: We Are One Kind on Facebook.

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