Issue 115 | Oct-Dec 2018

A family reunion at Kent Ridge

Some 5,000 alumni, students, staff and their families were treated to a Southeast Asian cultural extravaganza at University Town on 18 August as part of this year’s Kent Ridge Alumni Family Day, organised by NUS Alumni Relations. NUS President Professor Tan Eng Chye (Science ’85) graced the event and many exciting activities were held.

Seated on orange mat: Prof Tan, centre, in brown shirt; NUS Alumni Relations Director Mr Bernard Toh (Architecture ’84) in yellow shirt; NUS Students’ Union President Mr Jeffrey Lee (Science, Year 4) in navy polo tee; Ms Pamela Oei (Architecture ’97) in black top; Vice Provost (Lifelong Learning) Prof Susanna Leong (Law ’89) in cheongsam; Yale-NUS College President Prof Tan Tai Yong (Arts and Social Sciences ’86 ’89); and Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy Dean Prof Danny Quah in brown shirt.
LiNUS was a hit with attendees!
Activities suitable for all ages could be found at the event, including game booths for children.
Authentic cultural dance performances by NUS Indian Dance (left) and staff and students from the NUS Department of Southeast Asian Studies (right).
This year’s Kent Ridge Alumni Family Day goodie bags!
UTown Green was packed with families and friends taking a break (and some photos!) from the many activities. 
Educational booth by NUS Life Sciences. 
Alumnus Ms Pamela Oei performed with her band, Ugly In The Morning. 
Bubble soccer time!
Attendees played with Southeast Asian musical instruments at the ASEAN Enclave booth. 
After a fun-filled afternoon of activities, the event ended with the largest outdoor movie screening on campus.
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