2019: A year of gratitude

2019 has been a pretty good year for me. January First, I am grateful to have finally completed my studies in NUS. I enrolled in a part-time Masters course in Science Communication. The Masters degree is a joint Masters degree with The Australian National University (ANU). After two years of slugging it out, studying and... Continue Reading →

I have completed my post grad studies.

Two years. Two years as a part-time post grad student, working and studying at the same time. For two years I hunkered down, bit the bullet and made the arduous journey of completing my studies and finally getting my Master's degree from NUS. Two long years. Sacrifices were made, Something had to give. Now that... Continue Reading →

My Master’s course: Looking back.

Two years ago I made a decision to be a student again. A part-time student. A postgraduate student. I knew what the stakes were. Working and studying at the same time was never meant to be a walk in the park. Sacrifices had to be made, something had to give. For me, it was holidays... Continue Reading →

Straight As! Perfect CAP!

First time in my life that I've gotten a perfect CAP for the semester! Granted, it was only two modules, but hey, it is worth celebrating right? Life as a Masters student is off to a great start!

Science Bucket at Singapore Science Center

The Science Bucket was the last assignment for the Semester. Each of us were tasked to perform a science demonstration in front of a live public audience at the Mendel Auditorium at the Singapore Science Center last Saturday. It is an open event, where anyone who visited the Science Center on that day were free... Continue Reading →

Speaking of memory lane

I have been keeping a journal and writing my thoughts, feelings and experiences throughout all these years. I've never kept a traditional journal where you wrote stuff with a physical journal book. I grew up in an era of the internet and while it was the early years where the noisy , 28.8kpbs modems were... Continue Reading →

I miss school. Alot.

Now that I am officially a student again (graduate student), I eagely look forward to my night classes on mondays and wednesdays every week. Everytime I walk through the campus and on to my faculty of science bulding, I am constantly hit by pangs of nostalgia. Even though I was an NTU undergrad, seeing those... Continue Reading →

Lenovo Thinkpad 13

As with any other big purchases I have made, I make sure that I do my research thoroughly. The research phase is especially important when it comes to buying electronics and gadgets like computers, laptops and mobile devices. There is a huge range o choices to make and one can easily get paralysed in simply... Continue Reading →

Aer Fit Pack

A couple of weeks ago, a put on a group order through Grouphunt for the Aer Fit Pack. I came across this backpack on YouTube and was highly intrigued by its designed. The Aer Fit Pack is designed by Aer Designs LLC, San Francisco. The bag is fairly unique; it features a compartment where you... Continue Reading →

Master in Science Communication

I got accepted! A few weeks ago, I got an email from NUS saying that I got accepted into the Masters programme! I went for the interview and it now I finally got accepted! Everything is going so fast. School will be starting in January 2017 and will last two years, since I am taking... Continue Reading →

Interview for my Master Programme

A few months ago I applied for a Master's degree programme in NUS. It's a Joint Master's in Science Communication between NUS and Australia National University. Just yesterday I went for an interview after being shortlisted for the programme. The interview went ok. It was held in some recreation room in the School of Science... Continue Reading →

The things I miss most about school.

While graduation was officially over just last week, I completed school a couple of months back, after my completion of my FYP poster presentation. That was officially the last day that I needed to go back school for any formal assignments or lessons. After that, it was a blur. I had to prepare to continue... Continue Reading →

A breakdown of my grades

So now that I have officially completed my study in NTU, having fulfilled and completed all modules that are required to graduate. Allow me to break it down for you my grades and tally the number of modules I get for each respective grade. Here they are: Tally A+ 3 A 1 A- 9 B+... Continue Reading →

The closing of another chapter

The end of my Final Year Project is near. After spending five months at an A*STAR lab, I have gained tremendous lab experience and I am truly grateful for working with some of the most interesting and passionate people I have ever met. Sometimes I feel like I have a guardian angel looking after me.... Continue Reading →

The next chapter of my life

My time in NTU is about to end. I'm living my final days of my final semester doing my final year project. Soon I would ¬†embark on another chapter of my life that could potentially be life changing and perhaps exciting. I have been considering my options, and one of them is to continue my... Continue Reading →

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