The Eraser Cup was a unique and fun-filled tabletop challenge that sought to recreate the nostalgic experience of childhood eraser games. Our aim was to build a stronger national identity and foster a sense of bonding among people of all ages through the power of games. We launched the Eraser Cup at the Big Family Day Out event and subsequently at other notable events like the Shine Youth Festival, Great Singapore Replay, and Global Leadership Link. We also brought the challenge to various schools, where it was received with great enthusiasm.
Remembering Christchurch was a moving and impactful vigil, organised to commemorate the victims of the Christchurch shooting in New Zealand. The vigil was supported by a number of notable organisations, including the Ministry of Culture, Community and Youth, the Singapore Kindness Movement, Roses of Peace and OnePeople.sg. Attended by the New Zealand High Commissioner to Singapore, Jo Tyndall, and various religious leaders, the event was our way of showing solidarity for the victims and those affected by the shooting. It was a powerful moment of reflection and unity, reminding us of the importance of coming together in times of crisis and upholding the values of inclusivity and respect for all.