|From left: Ms Olivia Yow, Jia Ying Community Services volunteers (in red shirt and white blouse), Alvin Choo, Abigail Jodie, Siti Haryani (me), Esmeraldo Intervalo, Li Tsen, Kerng Ngee, Mr Xavier and Mr Gurmit Singh|
Thursday, October 24, 2013
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Friday, October 18, 2013
Yes, I was from a Junior College (JC).
No, I was not a JC dropout.
Yes, , I completed my GCE ‘A’ Levels before entering Nanyang Polytechnic because I am currently studying Occupational Therapy (OT), a course which requires an ‘A’ levels certificate.
Thursday, October 17, 2013
It was a dream come true for racing enthusiasts when it was first announced, in 2008, that the SingTel Formula 1 (F1) Grand Prix Night Race will be held in Singapore. Since then, the grand annual event has been a success, for both spectators and businesses alike.
Looking beyond the glitz and glamour, did you know there are different teams working behind the scenes to achieve a smooth and seamless operation? Success of the F1 event cannot come without the support of these teams.
Today, our student reporter talks to NYP’s first year student Muhammad Fildaus Bin Nazir Miah, 25, who is pursuing a Diploma in Hospitality and Tourism Management. For the past four years (in fact, even before he joined NYP), Fildaus has rendered his services in a plethora of jobs with Singapore Grand Prix (SGP). Certainly, his is an experience we would definitely want to hear about!
|Fildaus (middle in picture) hard at work|
It's been quite a while since I've returned from a recent volunteer trip in Siem Reap, Cambodia. Yet, memories of the two-week adventure and the impact it has made on me still linger fresh.