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Inclusion and interaction are key to bridging the gap between migrant workers and locals, says the Familiar Strangers team. PHOTO: LU YAWEN

Inclusion and interaction are key to bridging the gap between migrant workers and locals, says the Familiar Strangers team. PHOTO: LU YAWEN

Bridging the Gap

Final Year Project campaign Familiar Strangers gives an intimate look at the lives of migrant workers.

Newsmakers

Chiang won an award for his short film, "Anchorage Prohibited", at the prestigious Berlin Film Festival 2016. PHOTO COURTESY © Berlinale

Chiang won an award for his short film, "Anchorage Prohibited", at the prestigious Berlin Film Festival 2016. PHOTO COURTESY © Berlinale

Facing Up To Harsh Realities

Filmmaker Chiang Wei Liang (CS’ 13) explores the plight of migrant workers in Taiwan in his award-winning short film.

Arts & Culture

While not Tay’s initial intention, he eventually discovered his love and flair for travel blogging, diligently documenting his experiences and journeys on his blog, Pohtecktoes. PHOTO: LU YAWEN

While not Tay’s initial intention, he eventually discovered his love and flair for travel blogging, diligently documenting his experiences and journeys on his blog, Pohtecktoes. PHOTO: LU YAWEN

The Accidental Travel Blogger

A stalled startup led Hendric Tay (CS’12) to Pohtecktoes, a travel blog that has taken him all over the world.

Campus Notes

Lim’s stint as the dapper editor for Nanyang Chronicle inspired him to take up a second major in WKWSCI. Photo: FABIAN LOO

Lim’s stint as the dapper editor for Nanyang Chronicle inspired him to take up a second major in WKWSCI. Photo: FABIAN LOO

Double or Nothing

Driven by an interest in storytelling, Joel Lim from the School of Art, Design and Media took up a second major at WKWSCI.

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