July 2009


On 30 May 2009, I was invited by Ms Sabrina Long, Head of 3D Department, Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts to conduct 1 of the 3D workshop for Thumbs Up Newspaper (大拇指)readers. My theme was based on “Architecture”, so the kids have to build their own futuristic architecture model from recycle materials. Assisted by Teo Huey Chia & Joe, they were of very great help and we all had our fair share of fun together with the kids.

The following photo documentation of the workshop is by Huey Chia. Special thanks to her for the marvelous photos.


Students listening to my long-winded lecture, they just can’t wait to start. Joe in grey standing at the back.


Conceptualizing through sketching & drawing


Everyone was focusing on constructing their own futuristic architecture.


Short-listed work 1


Short-listed work 2 (this was the juries choice which won the overall best model award)


Short-listed work 3


That’s me in pink pointing, basically everyone is pointing during the judging of short-listed works…


I have to give a speech on my  short-listed selections


All the short-listed winners, lecturers & assistants taking a thumbs up style group photo.


The beautiful 大姐姐 is Huey Chia posing with Overall Winner小妹

A very special thanks to Sabrina Long, Teo Huey Chia & Joe

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It’s been sometime since i had time to update my blog. I was so busy in the month of June that the 1st 2weeks, i was conducting workshops non-stop, back-to-back. On the 3rd Week, i visited the beautiful ancient ruins of Cambodia- Angkor Wat. Unfortunately, I was down with a food poisoning on my 4th & 5th day there… After returning on the 4th week, i was called back for Reservist (called to serve the nation) for a week…

I should start my new update with an interview article before all the photos and art pieces comes in. Interviewed by Kelvin Ng for Wealth Magazine Vol. III No.1: Man of Values (2009), Special Report: Singing for Supper- Artists who ‘suffer’ for their art.

Full article can be read from the following scanned images:

Special thanks to Jennifer Teo & Kelvin Ng