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THE FINAL GOODBYE: All you need to know about dying and funerals in Singapore

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Clear path of progression = Happier employees

At Ang Chin Moh Group, we truly believe that our people are our greatest assets. This is especially so in a profession where dealing with grief and loss is part and parcel of the job and we require our employees to be empathetic yet still professional.

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Serving the community

Ang Chin Moh Group started with the intention of providing proper funeral services for the Hokkien community in Singapore back in 1912. Our founder, Mr Ang See Karr saw that many who were bereaved didn’t receive proper care and wanted to allow the families to be able to send their bereaved off with dignity, allowing the living to receive proper closure. The company was founded as “Ang Chin Huat Casket”.

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People of Ang Chin Moh New Year Resolutions

At Ang Chin Moh Group, we celebrate the uniqueness of all our employees. We asked them about their resolutions for 2018 and true enough, we received a variety of answers! As part of the family, we’d love to help them achieve their respective resolutions. After all, we do want to empower them as much as possible.

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Ushering in the new year

It’s the second week of the new year and for most of us, that means going back to work and having to curb our “holiday mood”. With so many significant happenings around the world last year – the news reported a lot of conflicts and tumultuous incidents -, we sincerely hope that there will be greater unity and stability in 2018. For now, we can look back at how different countries celebrated the new year and that wherever we are, the new year is about new hope and positive changes!

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How to keep your New Year resolutions

With the start of every new year, most people make their new year resolutions with the hopes of bettering themselves and achieving certain goals. Most resolutions are about health (losing a certain amount of weight), finance (earning more money) or adventure (travel to more countries).

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Looking back, moving forward

It’s coming to the end of 2017 and while it’s been a year of growth, we are looking ahead to what 2018 will bring! We sit
down with Deborah Andres, our Chief Executive Officer (CEO) to hear her reflections on the past year as well as her
direction for the new year.

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More than just a workplace

To most people, there is a clear segregation between their work and personal lives. Most see the office as a place where they simply clock in the necessary hours and leave the office once it’s time to knock off. While it’s good to end work punctually and not allow issues from the two areas to influence each other, having a good relationship with your fellow colleagues definitely makes work more bearable, if not enjoyable.

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Meaningful Christmas Gift Ideas by Ang Chin Moh Group

Christmas is just around the corner! This usually means installation of beautiful lighting at Orchard Road and extravagant Christmas trees in shopping malls! It also means a flurry of frantic shopping of gifts for loved ones, friends or gift exchanges.

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Three questions for 2017 reflection

Every time it comes to the end of the year, it is usually a good time for some self-reflection. By looking back at all that has transpired in 2017, we can be grateful for everything that was good, let go of everything that affected us negatively and improve on things that could have been done better.

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Building your bucket list

‘The Bucket List’ is a heartwarming movie about two terminally ill strangers (played by Jack Nicholson and Morgan Freeman) who shared the same hospital room and their desire to discover what kind of people they really are. They realized that they had a list of things they wanted to accomplish before they “kick the bucket” and subsequently set out to fulfill their ‘bucket list’ by embarking on an adventure together.

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A day in the life of an Ang Chin Moh Group Trainee

If you had walked past Yi Huey on the street, you would probably assume her to be a bright-eyed, impressionable young teenager fresh out of school. Well, she did just graduate from school. In fact, Yi Huey is part of Ang Chin Moh Group’s latest batch of trainees. We had a chat with her to find out more about her.

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Preparation provides peace of mind

Death, is often shocking because it happens without us knowing when or how it occurs. While we cannot control the manner of one’s passing, we can decide how we want to be remembered.

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Job vs Vocation

What’s the difference between a job and a vocation?

A job is usually means that you are getting paid for your time. You don’t have to like it, let alone love it, but you do it anyway because you have to. Vocation on the other hand, means doing meaningful work which you authentically enjoy.

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Count your blessings

As part of our ongoing series on living a fuller life, being grateful and appreciative of the things we have in our lives is one of the best ways to be happy. Too often, we focus on things that we don’t have and lose sight of the things we do have. This leads us on a spiral of dissatisfaction and we end up constantly disillusioned with our current situations in life.

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A day in the life of... Mr Sanusi

The ‘Death Industry’ is not one that most people are familiar with even though everybody will eventually need it. It may not be as glamorous as banking or as appreciated as teaching but it still plays an essential role in the fabric of society. This may be a result of how people tend to avoid topics that are uncomfortable and this is especially evident in Asian society where bringing up the topic of Death may be considered taboo.

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Changing the perception of Death

Everybody has a fear of death, no matter what race, religion or country they come from. This fear stems from uncertainty and is often associated with unhappiness. But what if we view death as a certainty? What if death isn’t unhappy? What if death simply - is?

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The fear of death

With the recent series of disheartening events happening around the world, we should be appreciative of the fact that we are living in a peaceful corner of the world. Death might not be what we face everyday, but it is a question we should think about in our everyday lives.

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