Catherine Soon was one of the keynote speakers in 2019’s Homeschool convention. She shared her experiences overcoming challenges and criticisms as she homeschooled her children through PSLE. Jess Kuan: Thank you for taking the time to participate in this interview! Your topic was “PSLE before and after”. Can you tell us a little about that? […]Read more "Catherine Soon"
By Micah Ford The transition from Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan to Angelica, New York has been a smooth one so far. In Nur-Sultan, I was given the privilege to run track and field year-round for two years, running indoors during the winters. This was because there was no such thing as cross country in the entire city […]Read more "A Glimpse of the Ups and Downs of XC"
By Tiffany Chen Sino-American trade war, Brexit, Turkey’s trend of secularization, U.S. tension with Iran and the polarization of American politics further escalated by Trump’s victory four years ago and his foreign policy adjustment all points to one issue: the economic slack is leading to the rise of conservatism worldwide. Liberalism’s voice weakens while realism […]Read more "2020, a Crossroad in International Relations"
Caleb Tupili was one of the first ever High School Day (HSD) speakers at the 2019 Homeschool Convention. The Homeschool Gazette sits down with him as he shares about his presentation and HSD experience. Jessica Shepherd: Thanks for sharing with us, Caleb. You were one of seven speakers who shared at the very first High […]Read more "Caleb Tupili"
By Seraphina Chong I’ll admit that before I entered the mind-blowing world of apologetics, I thought that it was reasonable for people to believe in evolution. I knew it was wrong, but still, why couldn’t it take billions of years for an ape to change into a human? However, after the authors of the apologetic […]Read more "Because I Didn’t Want to Just Say, “I Believe”"
An interview with homeschool mother, folk singer-songwriter, and organiser behind Singapore’s annual Homeschool Convention: Dawn Fung Liz: Right off the bat, what is your top design tip? Homeschool Mom Dawn Fung: Light and nature are very important elements in a home because they come from a place where you come from as well. You need […]Read more "Step Inside a Homeschool Home"
By Kristen Lin Picture this: you’re in a bustling hospital; it’s full of people having different days of their lives; some of them, the best day of their lives, some, the worst; some, their first day, some, their last. Suddenly, a set of extremely strong lungs give out an extremely high-pitched sound. What could it […]Read more "Yes, It’s Another Boy"