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Article For opera troupe, the show must go on
By: KEVIN LIM EXECUTIVE PHOTOJOURNALIST,   The Straits Times  The Straits Times  (HOME IN FOCUS)  08/07/2019

Dr Caroline Chia, a researcher of Chinese performing arts who has devoted more than a decade documenting traditional Chinese puppetry here, notes: "When I saw the children performing in Singapore, I initially thought they belonged to a troupe in Malaysia or Thailand, because there are hardly any young people who are very passionate about continuing   (1021 words)
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Picture The Straits Times  (HOME IN FOCUS)  08/07/2019
Sin Ee Lye Heng, the last surviving Teochew puppet troupe in Singapore, performing puppetry at the invitation of Dr Caroline Chia during the Cultural Extravaganza 2019 at the Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre on June 9.
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Picture The Straits Times  (SINGAPORE PRESTIGE BRAND AWARD 2018)  01/11/2018
PHOTO: CAROLINE CHIA tantly, we have to understand the evolving consumption habits of Generation X and millennial customers." Since its inception, SHHK has been able to maintain a robust performance despite intense competition by continuously im- proving its products.
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Picture The Straits Times  (THE ENTREPRENEUR OF THE YEAR 2018)  22/11/2018
PHOTO: CAROLINE CHIA With grit and perseverance, Ms Rachel Wong has steered Marunda Utama Engineering steadily towards success during her 26 years at its helm Cruise BY BRYANT CHAN Like the ships that her company services, Ms Rachel Wong, 56, has weathered many storms.
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Picture The Straits Times  (CLASSIFIED)  10/11/2018
PHOTO: CAROLINE CHIA cially when she sees a child take his first steps into preschool as a toddler, then graduate to primary school, now armed with more confidence and communication skills. She shares: "As early childhood educators, my colleagues and I shape lives and bring out the best in children.
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Picture The Straits Times  (SINGAPORE PRESTIGE BRAND AWARD 2018)  01/11/2018
PHOTO: CAROLINE CHIA | THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 2018 | THE STRAITS TIMES | 9
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Picture The Straits Times  (CAREERS IN THE PUBLIC SECTOR)  23/03/2019
PHOTO: CAROLINE CHIA Up for new experiences Since starting her career in the protocol directorate in 2010, she has had the experience of serving as an attaché (admin and consular) in 2014 for four years at the Consulate-General in Shanghai.
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Online All psyched up for the working world
The Straits Times Online  The Straits Times Online  (SINGAPORE)  06/09/2019
PHOTO: CAROLINE CHIA

Real-world learning

Research assistants play a crucial role in academic institutions like NUS because they conduct interviews and neuropsychological tests, collect data and prepare academic papers for publication.   (1054 words)
Online NDP challenge: Learn more about the Singapore icons featured in ST's interactive game
By: NG HUIWEN,   The Straits Times Online  The Straits Times Online  29/07/2018
ST PHOTO: CAROLINE CHIA

The stunt is not without its risks. During an NDP rehearsal in 2005, Master Sergeant Chua Koon San had a bad landing and ended up with a pelvic fracture. There were rumours that the entire free fall performance would be scrapped after that.   (989 words)
Picture The Straits Times  (SINGAPORE PRESTIGE BRAND AWARD 2018)  01/11/2018
PHOTO: CAROLINE CHIA success Uncorking 10 | THE STRAITS TIMES | THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 2018 |
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