Writeboard:Shine Youth Festival Writeboard Collaboration #2

August 1, 2012 | by Jeremy | Leave a comment

After a month long of write­board­ing activ­i­ties in town, the Shine Youth Fes­ti­val has finally come to an end. Dur­ing this past month, we have been going around ask­ing youths to com­plete the sen­tence of ” What­ever it takes, I will …” and we have man­aged to gather close to 300 responses.

Writeboard:Shine Youth Festival Writeboard Collaboration

June 21, 2012 | by Jeremy | Leave a comment

View in HD [here].

SHINE Youth Fes­ti­val is back and this year, our Write­board ini­tia­tive has been called on board to join them in their quest to inspire the youth com­mu­nity to act on their pas­sions and make a dif­fer­ence in their com­mu­nity and the world.

Writeboard:Collaboration with Esplanade #3: Faith is

May 31, 2012 | by Song | Leave a comment
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Those of you who have been fol­low­ing our exploits would know that we are ambas­sadors for Esplanade’s 10th anniver­sary. For our third out­ing, we landed at Toa Payoh Cen­tral Amphithe­atre to ask the res­i­dents there about their def­i­n­i­tions of the word FAITH.

Writeboard:Collaboration with Esplanade #2: Peace is

April 2, 2012 | by lizzy | Leave a comment
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For our sec­ond trip out as ambas­sadors of Esplanade’s 10th anniver­sary, we fol­lowed Esplanade’s Road­show Team down to Laselle Col­lege of the Arts! This time around, we asked our sport­ing par­tic­i­pants about their def­i­n­i­tion of PEACE.

Writeboard:Collaboration with Esplanade #1: Courage is…

February 29, 2012 | by Jeremy | Leave a comment
writeboard #11

Write­board is back for the new year! We have been on hia­tus for sev­eral months now and this time round, we are col­lab­o­rat­ing with Esplanade to cel­e­brate its 10th anniver­sary with the theme– Cel­e­brat­ing Life. And yes, Esplanade is now 10 years old!

As the theme sug­gests, our Write­board ses­sions will be based on the val­ues, which well, embrace life too. So we made a trip to Huayi Fes­ti­val and asked the peo­ple there what COURAGE means to them.