Former MediaCorp Actor Acquitted of Cheating

Former MediaCorp Actor Acquitted of Cheating: A former MediaCorp actor was acquitted of charges of cheating two men of donations totalling $195,000 in connection with a charity football match he organised three years ago.

Delivering her judgement on Wednesday, District Judge Wong Choon Ning said that the prosecution had failed to prove its case against Lim Aik Seng. The 47-year-old, better known as Lin Yi-sheng, had been accused of deceiving the men into believing that cash donations received from a charity match – minus expenses – would be donated to the Metta Welfare Association. Continue Reading…

Nicole Chua To Be Singapore’s First Female MMA Fighter

Nicole Chua To Be Singapore’s First Female MMA Fighter: Nicole Chua is set to become Singapore’s first ever professional female Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) fighter when she makes her debut in the ONE Fighting Championship on 31 March at the Singapore Indoor Stadium.

The 27-year-old was unveiled on Tuesday at a press conference and will be competing against some of the region’s top fighters.

While Chua’s MMA debut will create history in the sport, it is her full-time occupation that will truly surprise many.

A full-time accountant by day, the diminutive and sweet looking girl switches from numbers to punches after work, following a strict training schedule with only one rest day per week.

“I train six days a week for around four to six hours a day. So the gym is like a second home to me,” said Chua, whose foundation is in Muay Thai.

With most of her time spent in the gym doing a sport that continues to be a stereotype among females, Chua admitted having sacrificed time with her loved ones and friends to focus on her preparations for the competition. Continue Reading…

Singapore Poly Transforms Classrooms Into Work Spaces

Singapore Poly Transforms Classrooms Into Work Spaces: Singapore (SP) today unveiled new classroom furnishings.

School of business and human sciences cluster now contains more classrooms to real space, the Straits Times reported.

The renovations cost $ 500000 saw costs about 2000 square meters the old classrooms and storage facilities as well as a digital media Studio and model for student animation. Animation and waikrafik.

The course also includes alterations Converted to the new environment.

Two students for the diploma in media, academic and communication expenses, academic year all of them in new 490 square mahong called organizations.

Ms Low Lay legVice-PresidentSchoolof communication arts and social sciences, told the Straits Times, will allow students to experience what is really like in the world, and also allows them to see a larger image from the perspective of communication.

Students in a course, Digital and waikrafik will also experience their own working space for half a year.

SP also added that the new 2-year multi-disciplinary project movies will open in April this year Collect students from animation Display Creative writing, communications and business development courses