The Cat Welfare Society was officially approved and registered on 23 October 1999. It was registered as a charity in June 2004.

 


 

Killiney Kopitiam is a Hainanese coffee shop formerly known as Kheng Hoe Heng Coffeeshop. It was established in late 1919 by a Chinese immigrant from Hainan. Located on 67 Killiney Road, it was bought over in 1992 by former broker Woon Tek Seng. It is well-known for its kaya toast, French toast and well-brewed coffee and tea. In 2001, Killiney Kopitiam ventured overseas and now has outlets in Malaysia and Indonesia. On 23 October 2006, Woon Tek Seng was a winner in the Spirit of Enterprise (SOE) Awards for his entrepreneurial spirit in building up Killiney Kopitiam.

 



Construction of the Punggol Waterway began in April 2009. It was officially opened by Prime Minister Lee on 23 October 2011.

 


 


library@orchard was first located on Level 5 of Ngee Ann City on Orchard Road on 21 October 1999. It was closed on 30 November 2007. It reopened on Levels 3 and 4 of Orchard Gateway on Orchard Road. Launched on 23 October 2014, by Minister for Communications and Information, Dr Yaacob Ibrahim, library@orchard is centred on lifestyle, design and the applied arts.