Author Archives: Grace Chia

About Grace Chia

Loves Food and Travels. The views expressed here do not represent that of my company or my employers.

RobotX 2014

RobotX has finally come to an end. It has been an amazing 7 days out here with all the really awesome teams from all 5 countries. I’ve learnt so much and am really heartened by the friendships, co-operations and impressive … Continue reading

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#3 – CAP and Becoming an Engineer

The first of my sharing of the survey statistics! For those who do not know, these results are from a survey I have conducted in NUS as part of my Final Year Project. I am still trying to increase the … Continue reading

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#2 – Project Based Learning – What is it?

To answer any questions about Project Based Learning (PBL) , there must first be a basic understanding of PBL. Before moving forward, there is often confusion between PBL and a more popular Problem Based Learning. There is no clear-cut distinction … Continue reading

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#1 – Engineering Final Year Project – Its Objectives and Assessment

It has been a long time since I blogged here; I don’t write down my academic/formal reflections anymore. Today I am going to have an active effort to restart this effort, because in this couple of days – my first … Continue reading

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MICE in Singapore – Ideas for Singapore June

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Ideas for Singapore this July was held with Mathias Kuepper, Vice General Manager of Koelnmesse Co., Ltd, one of the global leaders in the Meetings, Incentives, Conferences and Exhibitions (MICE) sector. Mathias is currently stationed here in Beijing by the Koelnmesse’s … Continue reading

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Mobile VAS Asia 2012

I was back in Singapore last month to attend MOBILE VALUE ADDED SERVICES (VAS) ASIA 2012 organized by IBC Asia. It was pretty interesting listening to various presentations by operators, VAS providers, mobile Internet companies etc. Most of the attendees … Continue reading

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New her!

I like my new hair, geeky specs, TeamNUS jacket and red bag (:

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Entrepreneurship Learning in Tianjin Ecocity

YEAN visited the Sino-Singapore Ecocity two weeks ago, seeking to learn about entrepreneurship outside of our internship. Even though we were fairly disappointed about the rejection of our proposal to get transport funding for this trip, we still left with … Continue reading

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Instagram sharing on Sina Weibo

Being an active Instagram and other photo editing apps user now currently living in China, I always wanted to share these photos on all social network platforms, ie Twitter, Facebook and Sina Weibo. What I detest doing the most is … Continue reading

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What a Beijing taxi driver will never say.

This chinese new year, I went to the bustling city of Shanghai for a family holiday. To get to the hotel I took a taxi, and upon arrival and the destination, the taxi driver asked: 用卡还是现金?(will you be using card … Continue reading

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