Pursuit of Excellence
The Path Less Travelled
Stories About You
Why New Perspectives Matter
Diversity and the authenticity of representation are especially important for the growth of Singapore’s literary scene, says 2020 Singapore Literature Prize-winning author Ms Akshita Nanda (Science ’00).
Getting It Write
For poet, educator, and current director of the Singapore Writers Festival, Ms Pooja Nansi (Arts and Social Sciences ’04), a successful festival space invites the coming together of all people, no matter their backgrounds.
The Jade Of All Trades
One of Asia’s biggest club DJs and multi-hyphenated influencer, Ms Jade Rasif (Arts and Social Sciences ’18) proves that a woman can, in fact, do it all.
Internationally-acclaimed photographer Mr Darren Soh (Arts and Social Sciences ’00) has sought to tell his own ‘Singapore story’, as seen through his lens, and also uses his work to draw attention to social issues ranging from conservation to the plight of migrant workers.
Beyond the Bright Lights
A curiosity about the human condition and a passion for storytelling are the driving factors behind multi-hyphenate theatre practitioner Ms Claire Wong’s (Law ’88) pursuit of this performance art form.
Hitting the Right Note
Vocalist and actress Ms Joanna Dong (Arts and Social Sciences '04) is a self-professed latecomer to jazz, but she has since made her mark in the scene.
On to the Next Stage
Former YouTuber, now actress and host Ms Munah Bagharib (Arts and Social Sciences ‘10) on unapologetically owning her “social media influencer” status and what keeps her hustling.
Artist duo Chow and Lin – Mr Stefen Chow (Engineering ’03) and Ms Lin Huiyi
(Arts and Social Sciences ’03) – marry their abilities to draw attention to global issues.
All the Numbers are a Stage
The journey from mathematics to theatre might seem unlikely, but as Mr Kok Heng Leun (Science ’90) reveals, there’s a science to the art form.
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