A wicked princess, a talking turtle or a brave pirate. Imagine your best tale – a story with a magical, funny or mystical element, and send it to THG. The best 2 entries will be rewarded with a pair of tickets each, to the all-time favourite “Sleeping Beauty” by DuffleBag Theatre Company and ACT 3 International. Please note: […]Read more "“Write-a-Fairytale” Contest"
By Ning Li “Look out! There’s a guy crossing the road!” John’s brain shouted to him. Almost instantly, he hit the brakes of the car and swerved to the right to avoid hitting the pedestrian. “Well done; your reaction time is average,” said the computer. In everyday life, quick reaction time is necessary to avoid unnecessary accidents. Since it […]Read more "Reaction Time – How Fast are Humans?"
By Jodd Foxfire “Ring…” Recess time! Sean and his two best friends, Max and Clara dashed out of the class like lightning. One moment listening to the teacher talk, the next moment at the far end of the playground! Sean and his friends decided to play a game of hide-and-seek. Clara closed her eyes and […]Read more "The Land of the Dinosaurs"
by Janna Chua In 2001, after the Twin Tower collapsed, my brother got saved. Not long after, one night, I was lying in bed pondering upon this issue. Since the rest of my family were Christians, when Jesus comes again, I would be the only one left. ( At that time, sometimes when the house was […]Read more "A Personal Story"
by Daniel Wong and Aaron Fong What a Wonderful World by Aaron Fong, THG Alumnus on guitar Corporal Francis Wong, a homeschool father, was enlisted in the Navy in 1986. He spent two and a half years as a diver there. Daniel Wong and Aaron Fong of The Homeschool Gazette spoke to him […]Read more "Interview with a Singapore Navy Diver"
by Elisha Koh ”… they sensed that she was different now from what she had been before.” In what ways does Winnie change in the course of the novel, and in your opinion are the changes for good or for bad? In this essay, I will be following and also discussing the situations that quickly […]Read more "The Bildungsroman of Winnie Foster"
by Ian Tay In the book “Tuck Everlasting,” there are two Tuck brothers named Jesse and Miles. They have everlasting life after drinking from a magical spring in a strange forest 87 years before the story. After drinking the water, they are frozen in time and cannot mature or grow, whether mentally or physically. Jesse […]Read more "Jesse Vs. Miles – What Kind of Person do You Want to be?"