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

Campus Notes

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.

Sandra Wee, former Senior Assistant Manager of Communication and Events in WKWSCI, leaves behind memories of friendship with students after four years at WKWSCI. PHOTO: KENNETH CHAN

A Loving Friend of Students

Former Senior Assistant Manager of Communication and Events Sandra Wee looks back at her time at WKWSCI.

Despite the physical distance between Singapore and Laos, the WeeTrippers from AY2020/21 continued to create a positive impact there through digital means. PHOTO: XU MEI CHENG

Virtual WeeTrip 2021: Connected to Laos

Four WeeTrippers from the WKWSCI student-led organisation WeeVolunteer share their thoughts on how virtual overseas volunteering services could change the volunteering landscape.

Christy Chua (CS’22) and Tan Aik (CS’22) founded The Slow Press in January 2021. Now, they work with a team of writers and contributors and have published three volumes of the zine. 

The Slow Press: Fueled by Passion

Christy Chua (CS’22) and Tan Aik (CS’22) explore local food stories in their vibrant zine publication.

THE BLUEPRINT, Titan Digital Media’s newest lifestyle Youtube channel, is co-produced by third-year student, Brandon Chia, 24. 

Behind the Scenes with a Titan Digital Media Talent

Brandon Chia (CS’23) is a producer and featured talent at THE BLUEPRINT , a local YouTube Channel. Managed by Titan Digital Media, the channel produces lifestyle videos on creativity, fashion and grooming.

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.


An opportunity to be a research assistant at CHESS came even before Chinese national Dr Cao Yuan Yuan (PhD. ‘18) graduated with her PhD. Last year, her contributions earned her the position of a research fellow.  PHOTO: NIGEL CHAN

Forging a New Career Path

Dr Cao Yuan Yuan (PhD. ‘18) came to WKWSCI as a graduate student in 2011. Today, she is a research fellow at CHESS, a research unit at the school.

Final year students (from left to right) Jerome Wong; Tang Wei Quan; and Lo Hoi Ying (all CS’20) are three of the eight students who completed their Professional Internship in China this year.


Internship Journeys to China

As part of the largest group in WKWSCI’s history to have their professional internship in China, three final year students share their insights from their work experience in Shanghai.

The WKWSCI students behind Ciao Cutlery, Bye were inspired to start a project empowering social change after their third-year semestral exchange together in 2018. Not pictured: Melissa Lee PHOTO COURTESY OF: NANYANG CHRONICLE

The Green Changemakers

These three student-led initiatives from WKWSCI are all about inspiring the community to adopt greener habits.

Associate Professor Edson C Tandoc Jr. (third row, first from the right), with the first batch of students from his revamped Global Media Issues and Policy module. PHOTO COURTESY OF ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR EDSON C TANDOC JR.


WKWSCI Steps Up Fight Against Fake News

Associate Professor Edson C Tandoc Jr. leads the school in the fight against fake news, with two new research grants from the Ministry of Education and Whatsapp Inc.

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Behind The Scenes With

A video collective formed by nine WKWSCI undergraduates scores local and international clients over one year.