by Zan Jia I live in Egypt. Normally at this statement, people conjure a picture of garbed men with beards … Continue Reading Egypt – Life in Cairo
by Matthew Lim Si Yuan Compare & contrast … Continue Reading A Literary Survey : Miles vs Jesse; Two Tuck Brothers
On 2 November 2011, a group of homeschoolers enjoyed a poem-able time with Uncle Francis at the Seletar Reservoir. An … Continue Reading Poetry with a Zookeeper
by The Roving Reporter Johanna and Victoria present how to bake Mrs. Field’s Chocolate Chip Cookies (Kids Bake ‘Em Cookies). Recipe and video by Elisabeth Fong. Mrs Field’s Chocolate Chip Cookies (Modified) Ingredients: 1. 1¼ cups all-purpose … Continue Reading How to bake Mrs. Field’s Chocolate Chip Cookies
by Erika Wong Once upon a time, there was a Goblin. This goblin wanted to be rich. His name … Continue Reading The Treasure
Photo: Reuters by John Chua I was born into a good Christian family. We did many things together like going on family outings and having fun times. I remembered almost every night we would gather and together have a short … Continue Reading A Lifechanging Decision
THG is launched on 9 August 2011, as our nation celebrates its 46th birthday. This year, homeschoolers attended their first National Education Show, and THG joins them as they recollect the experience. Singapore’s Presidential Election is also held in August. Five youths learn together … Continue Reading Issue 1 : Singapore Our Nation
Special thanks to parents, Jasmine Goh for organizing and leading the homeschool group to this event, and Tan Mei Sie … Continue Reading NDP Rehearsal 2011
Reported by Ah Boi & Jodd Foxfire Majulah! The 2011 Singapore National Day Parade, a musical performance in five separate acts, was an extraordinary multimedia musical indeed. Centered around the topic “Majulah! The Singapore Spirit”, the audience was enthralled … Continue Reading Our First National Day Parade, July 2011
by Aaron Fong Commenting on the Constitutional position on the Presidential role, Minister for Law K Shanmugam stressed that the President “has custodial powers, not executive powers”. “In other words, he can veto or block Government actions in specified areas, but … Continue Reading The Roles and Powers of the President of Singapore
by Jerel Lim Warm, Personal, Generous. These are some traits describing President S. R. Nathan. He served the office with dignity, care and charm. Mr. Zainul Abidin Rasheed, former senior minister of state at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs:” He has represented … Continue Reading How Then Should I Vote?
By Elizabeth Fong Introduction and Background Six years have flown by and it is again time for Singaporeans to vote for their new president. Seventy-one-year-old Dr. Tony Tan is one of the candidates running for the presidency in this upcoming election. From 1979 to … Continue Reading Presidential Candidate: Tony Tan
By Janna Chua Profile. Tan Cheng Bock is a medical doctor, corporate chairman, and former MP. He studied in Radin Mas Primary School and Raffles Institution. For full details, please go to http://www.tanchengbock.org/curriculum–vitae–of–dr–tan–cheng–bock . Family Background and a Heart for People. According to an … Continue Reading Presidential Candidate: Tan Cheng Bock
By Joshua Ng Introduction & Background Presidential Candidate Mr Tan Kin Lian came from a humble family background. When he was a child, Mr Tan lived in a rented room and had to move residence a few times. Later, he lived in a HDB flat for … Continue Reading Presidential Candidate: Tan Kin Lian
A wicked princess, a talking turtle or a brave pirate. Imagine your best tale – a story with a magical, … Continue Reading “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,” … Continue Reading Reaction Time – How Fast are Humans?