The “Share A Bingsu” truck arrives at the Singapore Arts Museum as members of the public eagerly queue for their mini bingsus.
Earlier this year, 6,000 cups of mini bingsus were given out on a food truck at seven locations, bringing happy smiles all around Singapore, as part of the “Share A Bingsu” campaign.
The “Share A Bingsu” campaign, organised by Huat Events and supported by the Singapore Kindness Movement and O’Ma Spoon, aims to celebrate the joy of sharing and spread kindness and happiness in Singapore.
The bingsu truck visited uniSIM, Gardens By The Bay, NUS, NTU, Singapore Arts Museum, Mediacorp Caldecott Broadcast Centre and Jurong Point over the seven days.
While enjoying their bingsus, participants got to mingle with each other and take part in a photo booth.
The “Share A Bingsu campaign” launched its corporate welfare programme on 11 November 2015, where 900 employees from the National Kidney Foundation were surprised with a cup of bingsu as part of their efforts to encourage Kindness@Work.
Mingling with friends and colleagues while posing for a photo with their bingsus.