CJC students visit Kenrici as part of CUBE Challenge Win
In 2015, spanning over a period of four days, an ensemble of passionate Geography students partook in the prestigious annual Challenge for the Built Environment or ‘CUBE’ competition for short, jointly organized and facilitated by both the URA and the department of architecture, NUS. Team CJC emerged victorious amid formidable competition from various institutions and the polytechnics, securing one of the top 3 positions in the competition.
As a reward of their winning entry, John Soh (2T03), Nicholas Wong (2T03), Muhammad Zal Hazmi (2T03), Timothy Koh (2T03), Royce Tan (2T03), Claudia Cheng (2T03) and Gu Yu Tian (2T08) from Catholic Junior College visited Kerinci, the heart of APRIL’s (Asia Pacific Resources International Holdings Ltd) operations, in November 2016.
Read about the reflections by Timothy Koh and Nicholas Wong here: