Amazing Contribution to Change the World: The Urgent Run

Written by: June Park It might be quite embarrassing to say but since we are humans, we go to toilet everyday. (If you don’t, that might be problematic?) It’s natural physiological phenomenon, and it’s also natural to go to toilet which is a bathroom fixture consisting of a bowl, usually with a detachable, hinged seat... Continue Reading →

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太极 Taiji ECA Is In The School!

Written by:  Scott Liu “Feel your Qi in your stomach, and concentrate it on your fist.” From our coach, Zhu Xiangqian. There is a new Taiji ECA at school this year, mainly focus on teaching basic Taiji sets of movements and some real life applications of self-defending. The class was taught in the main hall... Continue Reading →

Dance ECA – New at ISS !

Contributed By : Risako Tsugaru and Chloe Kim New dance ECA was established a couple of weeks ago and started to practice from last week. In ISS, there was already existing another dance ECA but new dance ECA will especially focus on K-POP dance. Nine members joined this ECA and practice for recital that will be... Continue Reading →

Calling all delegates…

Written by:  Tarish Kadam Have you ever looked at a politician and just thought… Wow he/she is really unintelligent. And it makes you wonder how they even got to where they are now in the first place, with all the unintelligent decisions they make and all the offensive stuff they say? Have you ever wondered... Continue Reading →

Newage Hackathon 2.0

By Tarish Kadam The Newage Hackathon 2.0, ironic in its name, was more of a youth app development competition to which there was more focus on the ideal aspect of the finished product. Although I wasn't too amused as an IT fanatic, mostly because I wanted to expand my knowledge in the field of actual... Continue Reading →

Breast Cancer Walk 2016

By Halima Musfirah Ansar Zaman October is internationally recognised as Breast Cancer Awareness Month (BCAM). More than 25% of all cancers diagnosed in women are breast cancers. Between 2010 and 2014, about 1,856 women were diagnosed to have breast cancer in Singapore each year. The main aim of this CAS activity is to provide awareness... Continue Reading →

Building a HOME for All at ISS

This month, ISS said goodbye and thank you to H.O.M.E (Humanitarian Organization for Migration Economics), a Singaporean charity that works to support male and female migrant workers. There are over 300,000 migrant workers in Singapore, coming from countries like China, Bangladesh, Indonesia, Myanmar and the Philippines, with the men working mainly in the construction industry... Continue Reading →

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