Spreading the love through an online video contest

Stephanie Yap (left) and guitarist Noel Pillai in the music video which highlights the different types of unconditional love. Photo: YouTube/Kural Voice

Unconditional love and care isn't just between lovers, it can be among family, friends and even pets, says local singer-songwriter-campaigner Karan Shanker, 40. And even when a loved one has passed on, their love lives on in the hearts and memories of those who remain.

It's with this in mind that he has launched a video contest entitled "Unconditional Love Story".

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