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Charitable Footprint: Infinite Love in Motion

Over the past year, our school’s Service-Learning Division has collaborated with various departments and ECA clubs to conduct a range of charitable activities, showcasing the unparalleled compassion and generosity of our students, parents, and teachers. These activities not only reflect our school’s core values and assist students in realizing their self-worth, but they have also […]

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SCIE Art Field Trip

As a member of the Art Academy, I feel privileged to share my personal reflections on the three days we spent with the artist Gail Deayton. I would cover fewer details when introducing the experience and focus on my thoughts and feelings instead, which are much more worth sharing. The school  invited Miss Gail Deayton,

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Charity Project | Exploring the Intersection of Art & Recycling

As Earth’s resources becoming increasingly scarce, the concept of the circular economy has emerged as an inevitable trend in global development. However, public understanding and acceptance of the circular economy seem insufficient. In anticipation of Earth Day, I decided to promote the concept of recycling in a unique way—street art. I chose this form because

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Maths and Computer Science Week

Last month, the CS&Maths Week was conducted by the SCIE Maths and Computer Science Faculty, where several fun activities related to Maths and CS were organised during the week. Let’s follow the students to join this fun week! Competitive Robots Building Competitive Robots Crafting a competitive robot is an exciting blend of innovation and precision engineering. From

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Looking at the World from Another Way: Insights from a Doctoral Course on Cultural Heritage and Rural Tourism

During the Spring Festival holiday, my father was invited to teach a doctoral course on cultural heritage and rural tourism at Silpakorn University in Thailand. Curious about what doctoral classes entail, I decided to attend. After several days, I gained a new understanding of tourism and heritage, as well as how tourism development can benefit

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