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By Raffles Press ’22
Foreword by Mei Feifei (22A13A), Chairperson, Raffles Press ‘ 22
Although we may technically be a school press, we at Raffles Press constantly seek to expand our horizons beyond Raja Block and the Marymount gate to venture into unexplored territory. This is why our journalists have taken full advantage of the easing of community measures to head out into various corners of Singapore over the past few months.
We are proud to present to you TouRIsts — a special edition in which you can find reviews of trails, parks, museums, dining establishments, and everything in between. We hope you will have as much fun reading as we did writing.
Sit back, relax and enjoy the views as we take you on a tour to inspire and perspire!
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This is Part 2 of our coverage on Press’ 2022 learning journey. You can access Part 1 here.
Photos courtesy of Mr Patrick Wong and Mirella Ang (22A01C)
If you came from Part 1 of our coverage of our Prexcursion, you might be wondering: surely Raffles Press didn’t just spend school money on three separate meals and called that their learning journey?
Well, apart from paying homage to the array of cuisines to be found here in sunny Singapore (surprise surprise), we also did other fun, more educational things. And what better way to kick off our gallivanting than with some good ol’ kite flying?
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By Mandy Wong (22S03C)
As exams and deadlines draw nearer, the urge to drop like a fly is barely held in by that exasperated sigh – “I want to drop to H1.”
For most of us, taking 3-4 H2 subjects is the norm, so it is easy to wish for relief by switching to the H1 alternative, where content appears easier and briefer. But there are exceptions – subjects that don’t have this alternative. General Paper (GP) is one of them.
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By Mandy Wong (22S03C) and Mirella Ang (22A01C)
“…I’m deaf!” says Hee Ker Ru (22A13B), tilting her head to the right, as she usually does whenever we talk about well… anything. If it wasn’t clear by now, Ker Ru is deaf, though her hearing in her right ear is a lot better than in her left. But to her, this isn’t something that holds her back—it’s just what her reality is like, the only reality she’s ever known.
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By Mandy Wong (22S03C) and Sophie Goh (22S07B)
Photos courtesy of Raffles Photographic Society.
After scoring a clean sweep of 5 matches against RVHS in the semi-finals, the RI Girls’ Badminton team returned to the courts once again to take on their long-time rival, Hwa Chong Institution (HCI), in the A Division Finals on 9 May.
Team captain Ilisha Tanasekar (22S03M) had said after the semi-final match that the team was eager to “continue their winning streak from the previous years before COVID.” Being the favourites, the team felt increased pressure to live up to their past record, which proved to be more difficult considering how the pandemic had affected their training sessions.
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