For Dr Chew Han Ei, his research interest lies in technology for development and education. “Research is a lifetime of work.” PHOTO: NIGEL CHAN

The Data Whisperer

With a love for crunching numbers, Dr Chew Han Ei (CS’ 01, MMC’08) shares his experiences as a project consultant for UNESCO, where he aims to bridge the inequality gap with his research.


Kim’s debut feature, “House of Hummingbird” has won her numerous awards including the NETPAC and Audience awards at the 23rd Busan International Film Festival.​ PHOTO: NIGEL CHAN

Adding A Personal Touch to Scriptwriting

Kim Bora, the South Korean director of the award-winning film “House of Hummingbird,” shares her tips on scriptwriting with final-year filmmaking students from WKWSCI.

Arts & Culture

Chen Diya (left) and Phua Jia Jia (right) ventured into the world of F&B with their newly opened businesses. PHOTO: NIGEL CHAN

Discovering Their Passion for Food

Two alumni stumbled upon the world of F&B and developed an appetite for entrepreneurship.

Campus Notes

(From left to right) Pearlyn Tseng, Jeremy Oh and Kimberly Wang are three out of four recipients of the 2019 WKWSCI Alumni Awards. (Jean Loo (CS’07) was the fourth recipient, but was not present at the ceremony.) The award recognised these alumni for their outstanding achievements and contributions to their respective industries and to society. PHOTO: NIGEL CHAN

Honouring our Alumni

Pearlyn Tseng (MMC'11), one of four WKWSCI Alumni Award winners this year, was a creative force behind a mental health campaign video that became the most watched YouTube advertisement in Singapore last year.

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