Foreign workers are often neglected and forgotten in Singapore, despite the significant contributions they make to our society.
In March this year, the Singapore Kindness Movement and Coca-Cola Singapore decided to change all that by coming up with a project entitled: "Happiness from the Skies".
According to a post on Coca-Cola's official YouTube page, the project was meant to show how "a little kindness goes a long way to bring Singaporeans and guest workers closer".
In the video, Singaporeans were seen to be writing heartwarming messages like "thank you for building our city" on large boards.
They then took instant photos with the boards, which were attached to individual cans of Coca-Cola.
The cans were later delivered through the air by drones to the South Beach Consortium construction site.
Upon the arrival of the drones, the workers looked curious and pleasantly surprised.
Their simple yet sincere gratitude after unveiling their surprise was very touching, with one of them saying: "We are very very happy because we know that there's still somebody who thinks about us."
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