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Eugene Wee, CS'99:
"After 20 years with The New Paper, Eugene Wee will be taking over as editor of a new TNP - a merger between TNP and My Paper - in December. He will be stepping up from his current role as TNP’s news editor, in which... READ MORE ›
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Charmaine Yap, CS'13:
"Charmaine Yap is a director at Tripeaks Imagery , a local production company that specialises in landscape photography and time-lapse productions across the world. The 26-year-old, who works together with her husband, travels to a multitude of countries — ranging from Norway to New Zealand... READ MORE ›
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Kenji Kwok, CS'16:
"Freelance photographer Kenji Kwok has known since his pre-university days that he would be pursuing a career in documentary photography. “Being a freelance photographer allows me to work on personal projects that I believe in, from which I can derive job satisfaction,” he said. One... READ MORE ›
Rita Zahara, MMC'04:
"Rita Zahara was already an established media personality when she started venturing into the field of entrepreneurship. For the former Channel NewsAsia journalist, she feels that doing business is an opportunity to do good. “I don’t like to keep corporate social responsibility separate. Instead, I... READ MORE ›
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Terence Lee, CS'11:
"As a WKWSCI student, Terence Lee fondly remembers being taught by journalism lecturer Hedwig Alfred. “It was not uncommon to get an F for a writing assignment, which made getting an A from her all the more rewarding. A lot of what she’s taught has... READ MORE ›
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Annabelle Liang, CS'14:
"In 2015, Annabelle Liang joined The Associated Press as its only freelance reporter in Singapore. Among all the stories she’s worked on, she’s most proud of her profile on Workers’ Party Chairman Sylvia Lim during the 2015 general election. What made it an unforgettable assignment... READ MORE ›
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Marc Ha, CS'98:
"Marc Ha, 43, is the senior vice president and managing director of Text100 , a global marketing communications consultancy he has been with for 17 years. “A former client and now friend once told me that many people take years to find their ideal job... READ MORE ›
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Melanie Lee , CS'02:
"Melanie Lee is the co-author of “ Quiet Journeys: Finding Stillness in Chaos ,” and author of “ Imaginary Friends ” and “ The Adventures of Squirky the Alien ” — a children’s book series on adoption which won the Crystal Kite Award 2016 and... READ MORE ›
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Abby Lai, CS'11:
"A year after graduating from WKWSCI in 2011, Abby Lai ventured into showbusiness. The 28-year-old freelance actress has appeared in local television shows like “Crime Watch” and “Point of Entry.” Abby’s interest in acting sparked after she took a drama module at the National Institute... READ MORE ›