"We Made History!" YCYW Present Original Song "Live On"
Although social distancing is now the new normal, staying at home can still be an inspiring time as we are compelled to connect with each other in new and creative ways. Over the last few weeks, despite not having met each other in person, fifty five students and teachers across seven campuses in the Yew Chung and Yew Wah community have come together to produce “Live On”, an original song which beautifully demonstrates that distance does not mean separation and isolation. The most challenging circumstances often reveal that communities can remain resilient. We hope you enjoy this uplifting song. Click here to read about what went on behind-the-scenes. #ycis #ywies #togetherwecandoit
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