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Portraits of the Pandemic: Cooped up for months, migrant workers found silver lining from kind Singaporeans

Updated: Feb 5

His daughter is 5, but he hasn’t seen her since she was born.

Rubel Bepari, 38, is far from his hometown in Bangladesh. He has spent 10 years in total in Singapore working any job, from being a mover to soil tester, just to send money home to his family — his wife and daughter.

He has missed the past four years of his daughter’s life. Part of it was having to work overseas for his family, but a big reason was also because of Covid.

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