Creative writing Competition Singapore

photoHome Life @ West View Achievements 2013 19th National Primary School Chinese Creative Writing Competition

19th National Primary School Chinese Creative Writing Competition was organized by Singapore Foochow Association and Singapore Chinese Teachers Union. The event was held at Ang Mo Kio Primary School on 25 May 2013. There were 1091 participants from Malaysia, China and Singapore competing against each other in Upper and Lower Primary categories, and Non-Chinese category.

Our school has sent a team of 12 pupils to take part in the competition. They are:
Yu Chen Si 4D
Hu Yu Wen 4E
Yar Za Zaw Moe 4F
Tan Wei Xuan 4F

Meng Tian Qi 5E
Tan Jie Kai Jacob 5F
Soh Yu Xuan 5F
Huang Qi Fan 5F
Ng Zhi Qing 6E
Darren Tay Min Xyen 6F
Lim En Sin 6F
Nicha Saerkkae 6F

We are proud to announce our pupil Yar Za Zaw Moe (林松)from P4Fascinating attained First prize in the Non-Chinese Category! Mdm Cheng Siew Kim who is Zaw Moe's Chinese teacher, has also received a "Praise the Teacher" award. The award serves to reward teachers for the hard work they have put in to motivate pupils to learn Chinese Language. Yar Za Zaw Moe is from Myanmar and he has been learning Chinese Language as Mother tongue since primary 1. Our heartiest congratulations to Yar Za Zaw Moe for his achievement and our sincere gratitude to our Chinese Language teachers for all the hard work they have put in for our pupils.

Our winner Yar Za Zaw Moe from P4 Fascinating. His article will be published in a writers’ collection «笔耕14».

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Q&A

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Where can i find a part-time creative writing course in Singapore?

I am looking for a job in fashion magazine. I need to improve my writing skill. any recommendations for part-time creative writing or journalism courses?

You can do this yourself at home. Start with the library or a bookseller. There are thousands of books that will teach you what you need to know. Practice is the main thing. Practice everyday, everyday, everyday and you will improve. Read the work of other writers and let your mind absorb their work. Then, practice more. There are classes you can take online. Search for those. Then do some reading and practicing.
good luck.