Folks of kin

AugustMan (Malaysia) - - Ruco Chan -

AH, SIBLINGS̶y­our only en­e­mies you can't live with­out, as an un­known source has been quoted say­ing. A blood rel­a­tive thrown into one's life that one can never es­cape from. It doesn't mat­ter how you turn out later in life, mem­o­ries may resur­face at one point or an­other in your younger, naive life, you may even have qui­etly wished that you re­mained the only child in the fam­ily. Four fam­i­lies of broth­ers and sis­ters of recog­nis­able and rep­utable char­ac­ters from var­i­ous in­dus­tries̶a mo­ti­va­tional speaker, a renowned ra­dio DJ, a no­table singer/song­writer in the lo­cal mu­sic cir­cuit, an im­por­tant artist man­ager in charge of big in­ter­na­tional names come to­gether and share with us what it was like grow­ing up with a younger or older sib­ling in tow, and how the kin­ship, which may have driven them apart in the ear­lier years, has paved a way for them to go into adult­hood to­gether.

PHO­TO­GRAPHS BY KIMMUN/HOPSCOTCH STU­DIO WORDS BY CE­LESTE GOH ART DI­REC­TION BY JOYCE LIM MAKE-UP BY JOEY YAP, WANNING & RACHEL WONG HAIR BY DER­REN FONG/SHAWN CUT­LER

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