National Youth Council launches MehGoWhere.SG to keep youth engaged from home

Calling all youth! Have fun and level up yourself with MehGoWhere.SG while you stay at home!

Nigel Chin

Published: 22 April 2020, 12:00 AM

The circuit breaker, which was extended to Jun 1 on Tuesday (Apr 21), hasn’t been easy on Singaporeans, including youths.

Of course, youths are feeling meh (or bored) as they have to stay home. With that in mind, the National Youth Council on Wednesday launched MehGoWhere.SG, a resource portal designed to help youths to cope better with the COVID-19 situation.

MehGoWhere is intended to help youths understand the situation, assuage their concerns and even rally them to do their part while having fun (of course, duh) at the same time.

The site will provide news and information on the COVID-19 situation, as well as an engaging line-up of informational videos and stories to keep youth occupied at home.

For those up for something more, they can take up a weekly #MehGoWhere challenge and test their mettle.

Resources in different areas, such as mental well-being, career, financial planning and life skills for youths, are available on the portal too.


Actress Felicia Chin described MehGoWhere as aptly named.
Photo credit: Screenshot from Instagram


NYC Chief Executive David Chua said the portal will provide plenty of “useful resources and content” for youths.

Recognising that youth are always on a lookout for the latest and freshest content, he said: “We understand that during this period where most of us are at home, we are constantly looking at ways such as picking up a new skill, finding entertainment, connecting with family and friends, and so much more.

“The National Youth Council recognises that youth are constantly on a lookout for latest and fresh content to be engaged with. Hence, we decided to launch an interactive website which serves as a central repository that will house useful resources and content for youths.”

He added that NYC hopes that youth can continue to stay resilient during this period, be on the lookout for those who need help and make the most of this time to learn new things. “Let’s stay strong and we can overcome this together!” he said.

So here’s an open jio (invitation) to all youths – get onto the site here now!

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