“There was a scene where I had to perform last office for my father on the show.My own dad passed away three years ago and being in the hospital all the time…the smell and the familiarity from when he was in the hospital…everything was replayed while I was filming.
The dog suffered a broken rib and the elderly BMW driver did not stay behind to wait for the police to arrive. And it is not just BMW cars that are reckless on the roads. In October 2015, a motorcyclist riding his BMW bike demonstrated superior performance by clocking 140km/h and a bit more on the expressway.
He recorded his speeding antics and even uploaded it online.
The High Court judge had to personally test drive the SS$378,100 BMW 550i.
After which, the judge threw the case out of court. In October 2015, a reckless BMW driver was caught on various dashboard cameras cutting right to overtake dangerously on up to four separate occasions.
For the rest of the cast members like Bryan Wong, they show the informal side of nurses. We had to hold ourselves back and be a bit more restrained.
But [my character] is just a very good nurse so I have to be a lot more suppressed. That was hard.” Read on as Elvin Ng shares more about his close relationship with his father and the personal struggles he faced in 2014.
But to me, you must have passion or you will not be able to do the job. I admire nurses a lot and after doing this show, I admire them even more.
But they said the same can be said about my job too. I am sure now that I would not be able be a nurse even though I [play] the most conventional and proper nurse on the show. I studied English literature so I always wanted to be an English literature lecturer.
So which do you think is more challenging for you – acting or nursing? I am caring in an emotional way, but nursing needs more than just a spirit for caring. I am not saying it is a bad job; it is just not a right job for me.