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Serena Ng (CS’00) and Liza Lin (CS’06) were former editors of the Nanyang Chronicle . Today, they hold jobs at the Wall Street Journal . On a recent campus visit to the Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information in March, Serena and Liza spoke to senior journalism students about how their...

Veteran TV presenter Diana Ser (MMC’02) credited a Chinese television show that her children loved for inspiring her to start up Crazy About Chinese. PHOTO: BRENDAN TAN

Crazy About Her Mother Tongue

It was her desire to inculcate a love for Chinese in her children that spurred TV presenter Diana Ser (MMC’02) to set up her own programme.

In pursuit of her passion for salsa, Dawn Eng gave up her job at a social media firm to travel the world to train under the best salsa practitioners​. PHOTO COURTESY OF: DAWN ENG

On Fire for Salsa!

Dawn Eng (CS’14) never envisioned that her first salsa experience at age 20 would eventually transform her into a professional salsera. The three-time salsa champion shares about her learning journey while pursuing this culturally rich dance.

Charntor’s music cover for his single ‘Freedom’— a song inspired by Grimes ‘Reality’. With an upbeat tempo, this song talks about liberation. PHOTO COURTESY OF: EDSON CHARNTOR

Hitting The Right Note

WKWSCI freshmen Edson Charntor, Clement Ng and Kristian Pineda (all CS ’22) each approach music differently to achieve their own sounds.

It is no piece of cake for Tan to strike a balance between her baking commitments and studying. PHOTO COURTESY OF: NTU UNIVERSITY SCHOLARS PROGRAMME

Our Instagram Bakers

Two final-year WKWSCI students share their recipe to success, after a baking hobby turned serious on Instagram.

Working in a team with people across different cohorts is a defining factor of the WeeVo experience. PHOTO COURTESY OF: VERA LIM, LEE JIA YING AND YEO SZE-G

 

Redefining The Volunteer Experience

With WeeVo, the volunteer experience in WKWSCI extends beyond an overseas community involvement project, with students giving back to the local community as well.

Rasyida Paddy (CS’11) highlights the importance of emotionally engaging and relevant content as the public relations lead in an enterprise technology firm. PHOTO COURTESY OF: RASYIDA PADDY

Building a Digital Presence

Three WKWSCI alumni share their thoughts on the importance of a strong digital presence.

Peh recounting the days spent on set filming Under The Tree with her crew, which brought back fond memories for the first-time director. PHOTO: BRENDAN TAN

Raising Her Game

With a directorial debut and a growing enrichment startup, actress Joanne Peh (CS’06) is taking her career to the next level.

Established in 1992, the Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information has risen to become one of the top communication schools in the world, ranking 8th on this year’s Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) World University Rankings. PHOTO: BRENDAN TAN

 

WKWSCI Ranks Amongst Top 10 Communication Schools Globally

In 2019, WKWSCI was ranked 8th in the world for the study of Communication and Media Studies. WKWSCI’s faculty members share their take on what sets us apart from other communication schools.

Despite a somewhat rocky start after completing his Primary School Leaving Examination, Lukamto never gave up and slowly rebuilt his self-confidence, eventually coming into his own when he excelled in polytechnic and later WKWSCI.

PHOTO: BRENDAN TAN

Uncharted Journeys

A social media producer for Asia's largest MMA organisation, a teacher-turned-entrepreneur and a police superintendent. Three WKWSCI alumni – Louis Lukamto (CS'18), Joy Tan (CS'04) and Lam Yarn (CS'11), share about the unexpected journeys in their careers.