Student Power

Having previously attended one of his talks, I can say that I like his lecture on Student Power. It was very informative and educational, without being boring and intellectual. It made me ask a simple question – why was all this history suppressed? I would have loved to know the kinds of achievements that the students made in the swinging 60s.

I would think that such acts of courage, thought and conviction would serve as examples and encourage students today to think outside the box and to develop themselves into creative thinkers, capable innovators and future leaders.

Seriously, anak sendiri mati kelaparam, why?

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Shawn Tan

Chip Doctor, Chartered Engineer, Entrepreneur, Law Graduate.

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