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Tami Lai, CS'14:
"Tami Lai (CS’14) is currently the New Media Manager of the Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA). At work, she leads an editorial team to manage URA’s social media accounts while generating new content. Lai is also constantly coming up with new strategies to boost their online... READ MORE ›
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Kwok Meng Kei, CS'17:
"Upon graduation, Kwok Meng Kei (CS’17) decided to enter a very different industry from most of his peers. He took on the role of healthcare management executive at the Singapore General Hospital’s Emergency Preparedness Department. “Whenever an emergency comes up in Singapore, it is my... READ MORE ›
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Amelia Chia, CS'09:
"Amelia Chia (CS’09) has been working in the field of journalism for almost 10 years. She is currently the acting editor-in-chief at Buro 24/7 , where she was previously the deputy editor. Right out of the Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information, Chia... READ MORE ›
Liu Kai Ying, CS'15:
"From assuming the role of a rookie reporter in Hedwig Alfred’s News Writing and Reporting class as a freshman to being part of the GO-FAR team in her fourth year, Liu Kai Ying holds memories of her Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information... READ MORE ›
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Kai Cheong, CS'06:
"More than a decade after graduating from the Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information , Kai Cheong still recalls the school culture that nurtured him into an open-minded and inquisitive person. This sparked his interest to join Intuitive Films , a full-service local... READ MORE ›
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Amrit Kaur Jastol, CS'16:
"Amrit Kaur Jastol has a good eye for interesting stories. For her Final Year Project at the Wee Kim Wee School of Communications and Information , her group worked on a documentary about chicken beauty pageants in Indonesia and Malaysia. “We wanted to produce a... READ MORE ›
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Adrian Tan, CS'02:
"Although he majored in electronic broadcast media at the Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information , Adrian Tan is now the group manager of Peperoni Pizzeria, in charge of the brand’s growth from marketing initiatives to operations. “WKWSCI groomed me to become a... READ MORE ›
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Chua Yuxuan, CS'15:
"While working on his Final Year Project, Chua Yuxuan and his team approached SGAG for help in an effort to raise awareness for their campaign. This provided a stepping stone to join the core team. Today, Chua is the creative manager of Singapore’s largest humour... READ MORE ›
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Aqil Haziq Mahmud, CS'17:
"Aqil Haziq Mahmud is no stranger to the journalism field. His Final Year Project team managed to garner news coverage from The Straits Times, which brought the issue of illegal pet trades in Singapore to the forefront of discussion. “I felt a sense of vindication... READ MORE ›