Hi everyone! We are your MOCH Coordinators, Selina and Guang Jing. MOCH Issue 1 with the theme “水 – The Zen Issue” has just been released. We hope it encourages reflections and evaluations at the end of the 2015 academic year.

We hope everyone managed to get a chance to read the full physical copy. If not, it is available digitally as well at this link:
http://issuu.com/hcpubco/stacks/d451143fc3304507af484584e0114ae9

We’d like to thank the 42HCSC PubCo for all their help along the way, especially our Art Director Thomas, Secretary-Treasurer Xin Hui and last but not least Chairperson Audrey! MOCH Issue 1 would not have been possible without them!

Additionally, we’d like to extend our gratitude to all interviewees for being cooperative and supportive of MOCH. This is a list of students that were featured in MOCH Issue 1.

 

Grand Masters of Zen:

Lor Jun Heng 15S7B

Cheong Jia Yang, Alex 15S7D

Ang Jun Yang 15S70

Matthew Lim Kai-Yi 15A14

Song Mingwei 15A14

Jaye Chan 15S7F

Kevin Jerrold Chan 15S7B

Wong Shi Le 15S7B

Bryan Yan Kai Jie 15A14

 

State of Grace:

Gwyneth Joy Lim 15S7G

Lim Le-Si, Alicia 15A14

Han Ming Xuan 15S70

Yeong Qian Hui 15A14

Tan Zhi En, Edward 15S65

 

Quickfire:

Chua Hui Shun 15S6Q

Joseph Zhao 15S68

Oh Pei Shan 15A14

Chai Yi Xuen 15S7B

Wang Jia Le 15S7D

Calvin Lee 15S79

 

Here are the full credits of the photographs used in MOCH Issue 1, released on 30 October 2015.

Tan Kah Kee MRT Station

http://www.oneduchess.net/2014/11/the-upcoming-tan-kah-kee-mrt-station.html

GE 2015

http://www.straitstimes.com/politics/in-pictures-50-of-the-best-photographs-from-the-2015-general-election

Singapore Cabinet

http://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/singapore/live-updates-singapore/2162926.html

Lee Kuan Yew’s Death

http://www.scmp.com/news/asia/article/1747083/queues-stretch-kilometres-long-singaporeans-mourn-lee-kuan-yew-public-wake?page=all

National Day SG50

http://www.straitstimes.com/singapore/reminder-applications-for-ndp-2015-tickets-close-on-may-17

SEA Games 2015

https://www.myactivesg.com/news/2015/6/sea-games-bronze-medalist-vincent-ang-wins-at-quickspeed-trifactor-bike-2015

 

Other photographs have been kindly provided by our very own Photography Society and Sensorium Vale.

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