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TUEETOR CHATS with Muay Thai Fighter, Nazri Sutari

Originating in the 16th century, during the period of conflict between Siam and the Konbaung dynasty of Burma, Muay Thai was born after the capture of the heroic warrior Nai Khanom Tom by the burmese. He was given an opportunity ...
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TUEETOR CHATS with the founders of ArtzGem

“Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once we grow up.” Most commonly attributed to Pablo Picasso, this quote is seen to be a favourite one for Nel Lim, one of the co-founders of ...
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Supporting Introvert Learners with Remus Zhong

As educators and trainers, we have definitely come across introvert learners in our classes and workshops. After all, introverts make up half of the population! In an era where group work and open discussions are highly valued and frequently practised, ...
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TUEETOR CHATS with Tan Chi Ying from A2 Parkour

For most of us, our impression of parkour comes from watching videos of individuals jumping, rolling, running, and swinging effortlessly through obstacles on the street. We see parkour as pure physical agility. Parkour practitioners, or traceurs, would beg to differ. ...
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TUEETOR CHATS with Evelyn Wong from The Graceful Swan

Ballet is almost synonymous with “gracefulness”. The word conjures images of beautiful dancers on tippy toes, moving in perfect harmony with the music. Evelyn Wong, founder of The Graceful Swan, is quite the perfect embodiment of such an imagery. She ...
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TUEETOR CHATS with Alexander Lee from Aikido Shinju-Kai

Aikido is a Japanese martial art originally developed by Morihei Ueshiba. Translated simply as “the way of harmony of the spirit”, Aikido focuses on self-defence without injuring the opponent. The techniques are mainly defensive and do not involve punches or ...
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TUEETOR CHATS with Dipti Bhatt from MuzArt East Coast

Creating art comes with plenty of benefits. For adults, it’s a form of self-expression that allows the individual to communicate his thoughts. In children, art enhances cognitive and psychological development. MuzArt, a homegrown chain of art enrichment centres, strives towards ...
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Continuing The Legacy: Tan Mui Buay

Former national wushu athlete May Tan Mui Buay is the first Singaporean to win a taijiquan medal at the Asian Games. Her achievement is even recorded in the Singapore Book of Records! Commonly categorised as a form of Chinese martial ...
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Continuing The Legacy: David Chan

In 2013, David Chan became the first sabre fencer in Singapore to qualify and enter the top 64 round of the World Championships. Olympic fencing is separated into three categories. In foil and epee fencing, competitors can only score using ...
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Continuing The Legacy: Ronald Susilo

In his days as a national badminton player, Ronald Susilo represented Singapore at the Olympics in 2004 and again in 2008. He played in the men’s singles event and held a world ranking that peaked at Number 6. From academic ...