If you want to take the family for a learning journey, Kim Huat has an itinerary you can adapt from!
Take a trip around Singapore to learn the story of the many cultures that have contributed to the building of our country. Kim Huat marvels at our ability to bridge cultural differences and work together with people who may think differently from us.
More than ever, these are important skills for us to #LearnforLife.
[This video was filmed before Circuit Breaker measures were put in place. Please observe safe distancing, mask-wearing, and all the current measures necessary to beat COVID-19. Stay safe, everyone!]
Some of us start a little slower, and have different interests at different stages. What matters is taking these interests and aptitudes into account when deciding the next step in our education journeys. Kim Huat shares the story of his journey.
[This video was filmed before COVID-19. Please observe safe distancing, mask-wearing, and all the current measures necessary to beat this coronavirus, ok?]
When James Lye (no, not VR Man. The music producer) approached me to be part of this song, I was like, "Sure!". Before I knew it, an Audio-Technica AT5040 mic was delivered to my door, and I started recording and filming my bits. And by that, I meant my bits of the song. Not my other bits.
Marc Nair wrote the lyrics and James arranged the song, with the following talents.
James Lye on Guitars
Goh Si Kai on Keyboards
Nicholas Lee on Bass
CK Er on Drums
Video Editor: Marc Nair
Audio & Mix Engineer: Eugene Soh & James Lye
It was such a thrill to be working on the same project as all these talented singers and musicians. And that AT5040 mic is so nice too. 10/10 would do it again.
it is Day 21 of #circuitbreaker. Marc Nair and I were inspired to write a new version of Singapore's favourite NDP song, We shared that a few days ago.
Then our super-good-guitarist friend Daniel Tan helped us to record the music with his guitars.
The writing of the lyrics was done remotely (iCloud Notes ftw!), the singing was done in my bedroom "studio", and even the guitars were recorded by Daniel at his own home, because you know, we are all WFH now.
Ladies and Gennermen, the acoustic, unplugged version of our parody song, Stay At Home, Auntie. I hope you enjoy it.
Kim Huat teaches you the socially responsible way to pay in this era of Safe Distancing!
Are you a business still collecting payment the old way? Kim Huat teaches you the safe and socially responsible way to be paid quickly and painlessly!
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