Speedoc co-founder Serene Cai, 27, outside her office located along Alexandra Road. Beyond overseeing the company’s operations, Cai also manages its public relations and marketing. PHOTO: CALEB LAU

The Future of Medical Services

Venturing into the unknown is starting to pay off for Serene Cai (CS’15), co-founder of healthcare startup Speedoc, as she sees her business grow and develop.

Visual artist Michael Lee (CS’97) explores his personal dilemma of attending art shows in his latest solo art exhibition. PHOTO: NURIN SOFIA

No More Excuses

At his latest exhibition, “I can’t, I have to go to Mongolia”, Michael Lee (CS’97) discusses his growth as a visual artist.

Matthew Mohan (CS’17), Yeo Sze-G (CS’20) and Amanda Bambby Cheuk (CS’20) were each rewarded for their respective excellence in the last year. PHOTO: CALEB LAU

The Winning Edge

Matthew Mohan (CS’17), Yeo Sze-G (CS’20) and Amanda Bambby Cheuk (CS’20) went the extra mile in their field of work and were each rewarded with wins in various competitions in the last year.

David Lee (CS’09) (left) and Nicole Chia (CS’16) (right), photographed with Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps, are both sports journalists for The Straits Times. PHOTO COURTESY OF NICOLE CHIA

Turning Passion into Career

Three sports journalists share the grit and grind it took to turn their passion for sports into their careers.

Four Alumni: Shaun Tan, Nigel Lim, Jolene Ang and Christine Seow share how they overcome a creative block. PHOTO: HELENE TIAN

Getting Over a Creative Block

Over the years, WKWSCI graduates have taken on a range of jobs upon graduation. Across the myriad of industries and roles they pursue, creativity remains an essential part of their craft.

The BC-AD sculpture in Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information was created in 1997, commissioned by Nanyang Technological University to commemorate the new school building. PHOTO: HELENE TIAN

Seeking the Truth

Sculptor and artist Sun Yu-Li produces art pieces that reflect his questions on existence and the purpose of life.

Esther Soh, Vanessa Tan, Vincie Yeo and Stephanie Wong (all CS’20) fight against online child grooming through their final year project. PHOTO COURTESY OF POH WEI TAI

Goodbye Groomers

Four final year WKWSCI students empower youths to flag out online groomers.

On most occasions, Amidala Lee (CS'23) does her designing from the comfort of her bed in her Nanyang Technological University hostel. PHOTO: HELENE TIAN

The Side Hustle of a K-Pop Lover

Full-time student and freelance designer Amidala Lee (CS'23) channels her love for Korean pop culture into a profitable business.


The Last Page

A spotlight on photojournalist Wallace Woon (CS'13).

The team of Our Grandfather Story in a themed photoshoot. In recent years, they have garnered massive media attention through publishing video documentaries of the lesser known stories in Singapore. PHOTO COURTESY OF OUR GRANDFATHER STORY

Beyond Telling Stories

With over 27 million views on YouTube, four WKWSCI alumni are making waves online with their unique style of storytelling.