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Code to Learn, not Learn to Code

24 April 2017

John Tan, Founder of Saturday Kids, talks about how jobs of the future are shifting away from being traditional, and how coding plays a big part in it.

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Karl

Passionate about Scriptwriting: Karl's Story

17 April 2017

Read how Karl Gan, aspiring TV writer who wishes to make his mark in the media industry, begin his journey through the WritersLab programme.

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Adeline Foo

Passionate about Scriptwriting: Adeline's Story

17 April 2017

Read how Adeline Foo, aspiring TV writer and author of children’s book series, The Diary of Amos Lee, honed her skills as a TV scriptwriter through the WritersLab programme.

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Ms Sophia Wellington shared about classic genres and ways around them at a WritersLab event on 26 January. (Photo credit: LASALLE)

Reimagining Genres in Film

03 March 2017

Striving for originality by pushing traditional media genres to the extreme doesn’t always make the end-product better or more novel, says film industry veteran Sophia Wellington. Find out more on Ms Sophia Wellington's sharing at a WritersLab event on 26 January

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Making A Scene Scriptwriting Workshop

Making A Scene Scriptwriting Workshop

08 January 2017

Making a Scene was a 4-hour workshop initiated by IMDA’s Story Lab programme that introduced participants to the basic principles of script-writing. Facilitated by Ng Swee San and Derek Judge, the President and Secretary of the Screenwriters Association (Singapore) (SAS) respectively, participants benefited from their extensive script-writing experience in both local and international film and television projects.

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Yen Siow - Innovating STEM Learning for Kids

Innovating STEM Learning for Kids

01 December 2016

The IMDA Lab on Wheels team managed to grab hold of Yen Siow, the Founder of Discovering Without Borders – a non-profit association that works with underprivileged children to teach Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) – to talk about the STEM scene in Singapore and how coding is like a second language.

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Jaryl and Evelyn

Pursue Your Career Interest in Cyber Security

27 October 2016

As we approach the forefront of 21st century living with enhanced connectivity through technology, we can share and access data, media and information like no other time in history. With increased connectivity comes an increased risk of falling prey to cyber-crime.

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Building a Future-Ready Media Sector

13 September 2016

Deepening capabilities, powering business growth, winning over more fans and content innovation will be the key areas the government will be focusing on to help Singapore’s media industry seize the future, says Media Development Authority (MDA) CEO, Mr Gabriel Lim.

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Bringing FilmMaking into the Classroom

13 September 2016

As a student, it is always nice to have someone who has walked the path to share their experiences and prepare you for the real world after graduation. That is exactly what Singapore-based director, writer and editor, Ms Nicole Midori Woodford, hopes to do. MediaExchange caught up with Nicole to find out what fuels her passion and how her works have helped her in the classroom.

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Pursing Passion in Animation

13 September 2016

Once labelled as a “useless girl who couldn’t study”, Ms Tan Jing Hua struggled through her adolescence to find something she was good at. It was only after Jing started her Digital Media Design course in ITE Ang Mo Kio that she discovered her flair for design.

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