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Interview with Yu Gao-Fei: Founder of Learnseeker

Interview with Yu Gao-Fei: Founder of Learnseeker

  1. Share with us the activities you are taking part in while studying in NUS. I was mainly running my company (learnseeker.sg) while studying in NUS and learning from a myriad of business mentors about how to run & scale a business from zero. It was a great 4 years. I learned most of...

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Interview with Geraldine Tan – Founder of The Therapy Room Singapore

Interview with Geraldine Tan – Founder of The Therapy Room Singapore

Geraldine holds a Masters in Applied Psychology and is a Doctorate Candidate of Clinical Psychology. She has almost 2 decades of experience working with individuals with a multitude of psychological problems. Geraldine is trained in a number of techniques including, Choice and Reality Therapy (CTRT), Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing...

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Thick Beats for Good Girls: An Interview with Pooja Nansi and Jessica Bellamy

Thick Beats for Good Girls: An Interview with Pooja Nansi and Jessica Bellamy

Checkpoint Theatre is delighted to present an electrifying new production, Thick Beats for Good Girls. Written and performed by performance-poet Pooja Nansi (Singapore) and award-winning playwright Jessica Bellamy (Australia), Thick Beats asks a ton of questions about the balancing act that is being a woman, an ethnic or religious minority, and—God forbid—a hip-hop enthusiast. Directed...

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Launch of Better Internet Campaign 2017

Launch of Better Internet Campaign 2017

  The Media Literacy Council (MLC) is proud to celebrate Safer Internet Day (SID) on 7 February 2017 with the launch of the Better Internet Campaign. The Council has spearheaded the campaign for the fourth time since Singapore’s participation in the global initiative in 2013. The SID seeks to promote safe and positive use of...

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Between History and Fiction: Starring Hitler as Jekyll & Hyde

Between History and Fiction: Starring Hitler as Jekyll & Hyde

Against the backdrop of today’s tense political climate, Starring Hitler as Jekyll and Hyde is a play that could not be staged at a more appropriate time. First staged in 2014 to critical acclaim, the play reframes and challenges our perceptions of history, utilising a popular narrative to tell a new tale of Jekyll, a young...

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A Magazine for the Curious: Exploring Youth with STAPLE

A Magazine for the Curious: Exploring Youth with STAPLE

In this age between youth and adulthood, the world can be an intense and overwhelming experience that excites yet confuses. STAPLE Magazine was birthed out of these meandering conversations and nagging questions about the world. Officially launched on 2 September 2016, this socio-cultural magazine aims to be a platform for alternative voices addressing these questions, most of...

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[Interview] Glen Goei, director of play Public Enemy

Come April 2015, W!LD RICE will be presenting Public Enemy, a thought-provoking play about truth, democracy and the tyranny of the majority. It’s adapted from Norwegian playwright Henrik Ibsen’s powerful classic, An Enemy of the People. The story revolves around the conflict between a man who stands up for what he thinks is right against the public opinion....

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Interview with Jeanette Aw

Interview with Jeanette Aw

Photo courtesy of Jeanette Aw    Widely known for her breakthrough role in Singapore’s Mediacorp Channel 8 mega-blockbuster production ‘The Little Nyonya’, The Ridge is delighted to find out more about Jeanette Aw’s days in the National University of Singapore (NUS) before she became a local household name. 1.Tell us more about the activities you...

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[Interview] Playing with Moolah

Playmoolah makes fussy financial planning fun for you. Started by NOC alumnus Min and Audrey, PlayMoolah offers up WhyMoolah, an app that targets young adults. The app aims to help youth deal with the various financial decisions they have to make in the future. WhyMoolah features various simulations to take us through every stage in...

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[Interview] Nikhil Chopra, Give Me Your blood and I Will Give You Freedom

Performer. Practicing artist. A performance artist who draws on both personal and collective cultural history in his work. Spare the labels. JUST WHO IS NIKHIL CHOPRA? Having had a western centric education in European art history, Chopra views his performances as a form of storytelling that intermingles familial histories, personal narrative and everyday life.  ...

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