Week 3: Mad Schedules

Busy schedules means late blog posts for week 3 again. OOPS..... Will update on the craziness that is week 4 another time, and well, the week 3 which started on 20th May marked a...

The WAVE Blog #0: IN SEARCH OF A SUSTAINABLE FUTURE!

Hi guys! Charles here. I'm a 4th-year ISTD student, automotive and software engineer! Looks like you chose to click on this article - welcome! Whether it's because you have a passion for electric cars,...

“TYPHOON HYPE” – Hong Kong, Week 3

150918 - 210918 Super. Typhoon. Mangkhut. You have no idea how MAD EXCITED I was for this. Warning: long post. At first I didn't even realise that there was this typhoon coming, or that it was going...

Week 9 – Getting there

It’s a Thursday afternoon here at Zhejiang – and for us it means the end of the working week! It hasn’t been particularly eventful lately, and we’ve been mostly working on making small improvements to...

The Spirit of Silicon Valley at EIA

This article first appeared in BTS Issue 2. Building a start-up in just 15 days, EIA brings the spirit of Silicon Valley to you through speakers and mentors from the world’s top institutions such as Google...

Inside CRUX 2018: How Fifth Row clubs are nurturing leaders of the community

Meet Teo Yi Liang, Event Director of CRUX 2018 and President of SUTD Climbers and discover what goes into the planning of CRUX 2018 and find out what it means to him to be able to turn his passion into achievement.

Week 10 – Fun at Lotte World

  Here is a video of the Hanyang Gang having fun at Seoul's Lotte World Theme Park. Enjoy the show!

Internship at Grab

This article first appeared in BTS Issue 2. By Tan Yu Hui, Senior Information Systems Technology and Design Over the course of 16 weeks of my summer holidays, I was able to intern at Grab as a Cybersecurity...

We’ve come a long way, from where we began

Submitting my last algorithm homework on Sunday, I started my last week with a mini dinner celebration; Korean fried chicken! Week 8, the finale week! With 2 finals on hand and more exciting things after...

A Transformable Space for a Historical Space

This article first appeared in BTS Issue 2. By Benjamin Chong, Sophomore Architecture and Sustainable Design Covering 908.89 hectares, our site, Liangzhu National Heritage Park, is located in Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province, China. It encloses ancient ruins belonging to...

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