ONE AT A TIME
by Daniel Yam
Teresa Hsu was the founder and matron of Home of the Aged Sick, one of the first homes for the sick elderly in Singapore, until she was made to retire at 85. Renowned as Singapore's own "Mother Teresa", this short film charts her life's turning points following retirement and what shaped her relentless story of giving.
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THE FILM IS DEDICATED TO:
Heart to Heart is a non-profit, non-government aided welfare set-up initiated by Teresa Hsu. The Service reaches out to the poor and needy by providing them with food and monetary assistance every month. They continue to receive contributions both in cash and kind from individual and corporate well-wishers.
DIRECTOR OF ONE AT A TIME
Daniel Yam is an award winning filmmaker who loves to take his audience on a journey to discover the beauty of humanity. Often heart warming and sentimental, his work champions the human spirit. Daniel's works are seen by more than 500 million viewers worldwide. One of Daniel's works — short film, GIFT — has won the hearts of over 30 million viewers worldwide on various online platforms. GIFT is now on more than 10 subtitled languages and has traveled the world and won numerous international film festivals.