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It’s not often that one goes from photographing local junior events to a PSA Gold event. Heck, how many Singaporean photographers even get an opportunity to be behind the front wall of a PSA Gold event? From our records – none that we are aware of. At least not until Regina Ho, a former junior player and currently one of the most active volunteers in Singapore Squash got herself a media pass for the Citigold
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Team Singapore at Changi Airport prior to departureTop national junior Aaron Liang continues to make headlines in the junior circuit as he defied the seedings to make the quarter finals of the boys’ main event at the Asian Junior Championships in Macau. However, it wasn’t only Aaron who performed above expectations, as unheralded Samuel Lau gate-crashed the last eight of the boys’ under-15 event. Seeded only joint-ninth, Aaron sent joint-fifth seed To Wai Lok of
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Just last week, four days of action filled the Kallang Squash Centre as 170 juniors from 10 countries took part in the 2nd TECHNOFORM Lion City Junior Squash Championships, fighting to bring home honours in one of nine categories. Four different countries walked away winners at this edition of the Championships. Hosts Singapore took home the coveted Boy’s Under-19 title, as well as the Boys’ Under-15 title, with further finalists in the Girls’ Under-13 and
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Chua Man Chin, one of Singapore’s future stars, left the country in September last year to pursue a degree in Mathematics, Statistics and Business at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). Hailed as one of the top business schools in the world, LSE is often compared to the likes of the Ivy League schools in the United States and to an extent, even the Cambridge and Oxford Universities in some areas of
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The attacks in Sri Lanka have taken away many lives and left many injured. At the time of reporting, the death toll stood at about 253. While suspects have been picked up and even if they were found guilty, none of that would bring back the loved ones people have lost. There is really no place for such terror in our society today. This tragedy has hit home as one of our own in our
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