About 50 Tembusians attended the dialogue session with Ngiam Siew Ying, the director of the National Population and Talent Division. The topic of discussion was population issues.
Several Tembusians stepped up to the microphone and asked critical and insightful questions at the last Tembusu Forum on 20 Feb, entitled “Will there be another Sino-Japanese War?”
Geometrical structures made of plywood and complex sketches displayed on boards set up in the Tembusu lobby were part of the first SEED exhibition, a new initiative by the Tembusu Think-Tank and Feedback Unit.
His time spent in Tembusu prompted him to study Tembusu itself anthropologically; in a yet-to-be published article, he describes Tembusu as a Mandala, a spiritual and ritual symbol in Hinduism and Buddhism representing the Universe.
On Sunday, Feb 23 at 6.30pm, Tembusu College was announced champion of the Inter-College Games (ICG), one of NUS UTown’s key annual flagship events.
Tembusu College recently hosted two prominent Japanese figures – Ambassador Takaaki Kojima and hairstylist Shunji Matsuo – in conversation sessions known as Master’s Teas.