A big thank you to Dingo for editing this 6.55pm MV from the beautiful scenes of “Le Jour” K-drama video. Such great story-telling skills to weave the story of two couples in just a MV video less than 4min.
6.55pm is a song released by Jean Tan in 2012 in her album “Passage”. 6.55pm is the OST for “Le Jour” video.
For those who wants to watch the full “Le Jour” K-drama (just one episode), the video is below.
There was so much excitement waiting for 11 May 2018 9.30pm to come. It was amazing to watch Jason YOLT Story on MediaCorp Channel 5 on television. A story that we are so familar with, yet once again we are impacted by the fact that Jason YOLT is a walking miracle. Not only that he is alive and very well, but is ready to fulfill the purpose of his second chance in life.
It is our honour to be working with Jason YOLT, who is both purpose-driven and down-to-earth, shaped by the near death accident and ardous recovery process. An even more powerful part of his story is his ability to forgive the man who nearly took his life and his legs. He walked his talk about choices – choosing to focus on the positive instead of the negative. The footage of Jason having a chat with the man who knocked him down in all smiles and at peace is a testimony of a wholesome recovery of not just physical, but also within his soul. He is a reminder to us that there is little reason to complain but to be thankful.
Below is the 30min documentary video of Jason YOLT story featured in “On the Red Dot 2018 – EP 6 on 11 May 2018 Friday – Trouble Abroad 2.”
Jason YOLT Now
Jason YOLT is now a motivational speaker to both youths and coporate. He draws out life lessons from his first hand experiences, sprinkled with little surprises and fun moments, making sessions with him memorable and impactful. Below is a short video of Jason YOLT in action as a motivational speaker.
Click here for Jason YOLT’s list of keynote topics with synopsis. For more enquiries and bookings, please email us at email@example.com.
We appreciate the effort of the whole team and crew of MediaCorp for putting together this video with such skillful storytelling. Thank you for flying Jason to Cambodia to find closure through the meeting with the man who knocked him.
More than 100,000 views for Jean Tan on Generation Grit in less than 2 weeks! Below is the the video and a special shout out to Tam Mei and Samuel for producing, filming and editing.
We are stoked by the favour that The Straits Times have given to Jean in telling her story and the responses received. Jean is very encouraged by the love and concern from netizens who took time to write to her. We too, while reading the comments and private messages, are touched by the love.
“A friend once shared with me that suffering is often the gap between what you expect and what is reality. And when we can’t come to terms with that gap, we throw ourselves into bewilderment or depression. So for myself, learning to accept reality for what it is, learning to accept that there are limitations to myself at this point of time. But also not stopping there, because if I just lower all my expectations and I stay at that point, I’m never gonna get better. So it’s kinda holding the two in balance.” (3:00-3:25)
Jean has been an inspiration to us in SOOS OIO in more ways than one. While holding a full-time job, she seeks excellence in her music and craft. This persevering meekness is a force that pushes her and us to take a step at a time, regardless how slow or hard. We hope to spread Jean’s story to those who need encouragement especially when life throws us a curve ball. Stay tuned for more of Jean’s updates by following her social media @jeantanmusic.
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