This National Day, we celebrate Singaporeans who make it possible to give back together — for greater good.
And how the next generation is being groomed on and off the field to build Cambodia's future
Underwater and out of their wheelchairs, these persons with disabilities are free. They can't walk but they can dive, because in the water, we're all the same.
You've heard of #LeanIn and #LikeAGirl. Now meet #SisuGirls.
They've played tennis greats. Now they're aiming for the Paralympics. And yes, they're blind.
So much to do in the Christmas season, so little time.
Find out what gets granddad out of his wheelchair and moving his feet.
Tough footballers who give everything on the field inspire others with cerebral palsy to join them.
Take a closer look at the Singapore Cerebral Palsy football team competing at the Asean Para Games.
Running with a buddy takes on a whole new meaning at Runninghour.
Awesome athletes supporting sports for the blind.
Sports enthusiast Ming runs for health, to de-stress and to feel free. He also runs to help autistic children.
Going entirely by the sound of the ball, these players have been smashing misconceptions about the blind.
Sky loves to compete, but he's much more focused on the race to raise funds to help children with life threatening illnesses fulfil their wishes.
Mike Cheong knows what it’s like to feel like he can't smile, so he's determined to help children smile.
Carolyn Soemarjono kicked cancer and then walked 21km just weeks after chemotherapy to raise funds for others battling the disease.
Determined and focused, powerful and beautiful – these are the athletes at China's Yunzhinan Swimming Club.
Awesome folks who ran the marathon to fight cancer, support the blind, help kids smile, fulfil wishes and more.
No self-pity, no being a victim, just a huge determination to swim in the 2016 Rio Paralympics.