This year, NUS History Society partnered with the Infocomm Media Development Authority – IMDA to organise the National- and Regional-levels of the 9th ASEAN Quiz, a biennial competition where youths can gain a deeper appreciation of the region’s political, economic, cultural and social developments. A total of 15 HISSOC members joined the organising committee toContinue reading “9th ASEAN Quiz”
What drove you to specialize in History? Well, it is quite an interesting story. Before I entered Peking university, History was my least favourite subject in high school. I think it was because of the old-fashioned way of teaching history back then – through the memorising of boring dates and events. I am sure thisContinue reading “A/P Wang Jinping – What Piqued My Interest In Chinese Cultural History”
What drove you to specialize in history? I didn’t have a straightforward path in university. I tried a few different things and eventually chose History after these different things. I graduated from high school in 1992. At that point, I didn’t know what I wanted to study. My father wanted me to study aquaculture. IContinue reading “Dr Mia Lee – My Journey As A European Historian”
What drove you to specialize in history? During my undergraduate studies at the University of Cambridge, I came across Tim Harper while I was looking for a thesis advisor. In the early noughts of the 2000s, he published an essay in the eulogy volume to Lim Chin Siong, called Comet in the Sky, and hisContinue reading “Dr Seng Guo Quan – Discovering Our Local History and “Chineseness””
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