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Clean and Green Singapore - Poster Exhibition

Published on Monday, July 20, 2020

Clean and Green Singapore - Poster Exhibition

Clean and Green Singapore aims to encourage Singaporeans to conserve our common spaces and environment. 

 

During this Covid-19 pandemic, keeping ourselves and our surroundings clean have become essential. It is no longer a preference or just being gracious but a first line of defence in the fight against Covid-19.  Today, public cleanliness with personal hygiene is crucial in the fight against Covid-19. They will also be a critical defence against other unforeseeable future outbreaks. In a nutshell, it is important to keep our environment clean as part of our continuous efforts to cope with health crisis such as the recent outbreak. In Singapore, public bins and waste disposal means are made easily accessible. Thus everyone should dispose of their litter and waste responsibly.  With everyone doing their part, Singapore can be a liveable, endearing home besides a vibrant and sustainable city for all.

 

Our students have designed digital posters in support of the Clean and Green Singapore movement. These posters are a result of a collaboration between the three ITE Colleges who have decided to get our Chip Eng Seng Study Grant recipients to design and create these posters.  Through their creativity with a design flair, our students hope to share with their peers to keep Singapore a clean, green and sustainable city. Out of more than 60 posters created, 18 posters were selected not just based on their design but the messages they portrayed and originality. These posters are our students’ effort to make Singapore a vibrant and beautiful home.  We encourage everyone to view them in support of the efforts.


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College Central College East College West
CC1 Jade R Chang ChyanEe

CC1 Jade R Chang ChyanEe

(College Central)
CE1 - Danish Sufi Usyair BMS

CE1 - Danish Sufi Usyair BMS

(College East)
CW1 - Noorul Iman Bte Muhammad Sayeed

CW1 - Noorul Iman Bte Muhammad Sayeed

(College West)
CC2 - Quintina Leow Rui Qi

CC2 - Quintina Leow Rui Qi

(College Central)
CE2 - Elfira Arbain Bte Amron

CE2 - Elfira Arbain Bte Amron

(College East)
CW2 - San salian John Harinel Sion

CW2 - San salian John Harinel Sion

(College West)
CC3 - Chin Yung Ern Aaron

CC3 - Chin Yung Ern Aaron

(College Central)
CE3 - Heng Hui Xin Cheryl

CE3 - Heng Hui Xin Cheryl

(College East)
CW3 - Michelle Lee Jia Qi

CW3 - Michelle Lee Jia Qi

(College West)

CC4 - Emmeline Goh Si Hui

CC4 - Emmeline Goh Si Hui

(College Central)

CE4 - Chia Hui Ling

CE4 - Chia Hui Ling

(College East)
CW4 - Josh

CW4 - Josh

(College West)
CC5 - Timothy Chia Kai Lun

CC5 - Timothy Chia Kai Lun

(College Central)
CE5 - Lim Jie Ting Michel

CE5 - Lim Jie Ting Michel

(College East)
CW5 - Lucas Koh Jing Yu

CW5 - Lucas Koh Jing Yu

(College West)
CC6 - Lee Wei Kang

CC6 - Lee Wei Kang

(College Central)
CE6 - Sharleen Nadya Adlynna S

CE6 - Sharleen Nadya Adlynna S

(College East)
CC6 - Aqib

CC6 - Aqib

(College West)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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