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Award Ceremony for MTC Design For Good Youth Competition 2019

We are thankful and appreciative of all schools that have participated in MTC Design For Good Youth Competition 2019. Our judges had a hard time picking out the finalists as we have received so many amazing artworks from the participating schools.

On 1 Nov, we invited all these schools to an award ceremony in Enabling Village UOB Ability Hub to recognise the hard work and effort the students put in to create these wonderful artworks. Even though some were not able to make it for the ceremony, we were heartened to see so many students turned up.

3 speakers Kenji Choo (Academic Director of MAD School), Tianshi Han (Media Literacy Council) and Melissa Li (Apple Asia Pacific) were there to welcome the students and give them insightful talks about media and visual literacy.

With the awards placed neatly on the table, it was time to announce all the schools that have participated. Photos were snapping away and students were excitedly chattering as they walked down to claim their certificates and plaques.

There are bound to be winners in a competition, so here are our finalists!

Commendation Award

Yeow Soon Yu from Ngee Ann Secondary School

Commendation Award

Yuki Leong You Xi, Chelsea Tan Li Qian and Loh Yuan Ching from CHIJ St. Theresa's Convent

Commendation Award

Lee Zi Ying, Amber, Claudia Kiew Yu Ping and Nur Almira Nadia Binte Almi from Compassvale Secondary School

Commendation Award

Sarah Yeo and Alicia Seah Hui Xin from CHIJ Katong

Most Creative Award

Felysia Dianni and Sandra Ngo from St. Hilda’s Secondary School

Best Craft

Yang Ziyi from Hwa Chong Institution

Best of the show

Escudero Adrienne Tiffany Kalaw and Chan Wen Xin Joan from CHIJ Katong

Congratulations to all our winners! To all the students that participated, you are winners in our hearts as well.

We believe that the process is equally as important as the outcome and we hope that through this competition, students are now more aware about the digital world and what they must do to make the online world a better place.


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