In October, (from left) Seow, designer/illustrator; Taahira, producer; Ho, director; He, director of photography showcased their project at the International Leipzig Festival for Documentary and Animated Film in Germany. PHOTOS COURTESY OF LAHORE LANDING TEAM

Newsmakers

From Lahore to New York

From dealing with scheduled blackouts to food poisoning, four tenacious storytellers went through thick and thin to illuminate the lesser-known side of Pakistan.

Our Eyes For Life team members pose for a photo with volunteers Ken Tong and Claudia Tay (both centre) from the Singapore Optometric Association. PHOTO COURTESY OF: OUR EYES FOR LIFE

An Eye for Serving

With the simple desire to serve the community, four WKWSCI undergraduates embarked on a Final Year Project that brought free eye screenings to Tampines residents.

The research paper on “Phubbing” was featured in The Straits Times, The New Paper and Lianhe Zao Bao earlier this year. PHOTO CREDITS: JUDE TAN

Spotlight on “Phubbing”

Alumna Clarice Sim (CS’06, MSc’09) and her students from Singapore Polytechnic shine the spotlight on “Phubbing” in Singapore.

Framing is key when it comes to taking photos of food, Daniel Ang says. Even a simple dish can take him a while to find the best angle. PHOTO: ZENG SHIYA

From Food To Fame

With up to three million readers a month, local food blogger Daniel Ang (CS’03) shares with us his decade-long journey of chasing his passion.

Rachel Chia co-authored “Imprints of Singapore Law” while completing her Final Year Project in early-2017. PHOTO: JOVI HO

Imprints of a Fresh Graduate

Within six months from her graduation, Rachel Chia (CS'17) clocked a major milestone. She co-authored a recently-published book on the history of Singapore law.

Lynette Teo at Google Australia where she spent a week undergoing training as part of the Digitize programme. PHOTO COURTESEY OF: LYNETTE TEO

Clicking With Data

Once a public relations major, Lynette Teo (CS’16) forayed into the world of data analytics and has never looked back since.

As a Deputy Director of Media Relations for the Land Transport Authority, Aaron Chong (MMC’11) is always keen to help the public understand public policies better. PHOTO COURTESY OF: AARON CHONG

Spearheading Communications Leadership

As the Deputy Director of Media Relations at the Land Transport Authority, Aaron Chong (MMC’11) is part of a growing pool of Master of Mass Communication Programme graduates leading communications teams in the public sector.

Associate Chair of Academic, Dr Mark Cenite, and Professor Chris Cummings both gained recognition for their teaching at the Nanyang Awards Ceremony this year. PHOTO: WKWSCI

Wee Achieve

At the annual Nanyang Awards this year, both Associate Chair Dr Mark Alan Cenite and Assistant Professor Chris Cummings from WKWSCI clinched awards for their outstanding teaching.
Low, 34, is based in Singapore as ICANN’s Asia-Pacific Hub as vice president and managing director. He oversees global stakeholder engagement. PHOTO: CLARISSA LIM

Low, 34, is based in Singapore as ICANN’s Asia-Pacific Hub as vice president and managing director. He oversees global stakeholder engagement. PHOTO: CLARISSA LIM

Global Talk

Earlier this month, ICANN Vice President Low Jia Rong (CS’07) spearheaded a global internet governance summit in India. The former diplomat and multilinguist shares the thrills of working in the international circuit.
Research analyst Mahzam was in Afghanistan for a week in February to conduct on-the-ground research on terrorism. PHOTO: HENG HUI MEI

Research analyst Mahzam was in Afghanistan for a week in February to conduct on-the-ground research on terrorism. PHOTO: HENG HUI MEI

Rooted in Research

Research analyst Remy Mahzam (MSc’13) covers the topic of cyber terrorism and online radicalisation, a field of work that takes him to far-flung countries such as Afghanistan to conduct in-depth research.
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.
 ST photographer Chern’s feature on the Black Knights won him several local and international awards this year. PHOTO LU YAWEN

 ST photographer Chern’s feature on the Black Knights won him several local and international awards this year. PHOTO LU YAWEN

Flying High

Photojournalist Alphonsus Chern (CS’07) is on a winning streak – bagging three SPH Awards and an Asian Media Awards Bronze title.