Singaporeans visit, train at NORSU

Five of the 22 Asian students from the Ngee Ann Polytechnic University in Singapore guested at CROSSTALK over Bai Radio DYEM saying that they feel so de-stressed, and relaxed at the slow pace of life in Dumaguete where they are spending two weeks of academic and community immersion, They are part of the Dave Saceda (center) Youth Lead and NAPU’s Youth Exchange Project for 12 days. The students are: Jordon Tan, Ain Nuha Hazlan, Poh Kai Wen Rayan, Rachel Pang Si Hui and professor Matthew David Barnard.

TWENTY FIVE SINGAPOREAN students who belong to the exchange program  of Temasek Foundation of Ngee Ann Polytechnic university  are currently training Filipino skills and studying our culture at the Neg Or State University . They are led by Gabriel Yong, Chang Boon Leong, lecturers at NAPU and  Tettyana Jasli, first secretary of the Embassy of the Republic of Singapore in the Philippines. With them from Norsu were two professors and Dr Noel Yasi, Norsu vice president.