Written by Hoo Ru Yi Edited by Eunice Tan and Drew Fong H is for harmonious, Despite all the squabbles and imperfection. There is still harmony through which we learn. O is for original. There is no one else like you or me. This makes us unique. M is for mess Littering the floor somehow, […]Read more "H.O.M.E."
by Aaron Chan Edited by Eunice Tan I am not sure if this is the case in other English-speaking countries, but here in Singapore, people use the word “talented” a lot. See a young child playing violin? Talented. Nephew can cook? Talented. Friend’s kid paints well? So. Talented. The Cambridge Dictionary defines “talent” as “a […]Read more "Why “Talent”?"
By Drew Fong Science Fair Presentation on Magnetic Shielding I. RESEARCH PROBLEM When I was travelling in China, I took the Maglev train from the Pudong International Airport to downtown Shanghai. This train uses large electromagnets to levitate over the track. However, magnetic items on the train were not affected by the electromagnet. This […]Read more "Magnetic Shielding Experiment"
by Drew Fong Our bodies are living temples unto the Lord. I wish to see all children and youths in the Homeschool Sports Fellowship grow up to have healthy bodies and lifestyles, serving the Lord and others, living active and purposeful lives unto the Lord. – Coach Ming Hock – My experience […]Read more "Homeschool Sports Fellowship@Kovan"