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  • Guitar Ensemble Concert
    2009 Campus Life 2008 Achievements CCA Scholars School EZCOETNL Mission Vision Logo Professional Sharing Day 14 09 2012 Resources and Useful Links Venue Booking Archives Contact Us Home Partners Administration DHS Apps Contact Us All Campus Life Campus Life Campus Life 2012 Campus Life 2011 Campus Life 2010 Campus Life 2009 Campus Life 2008 Home Guitar Ensemble Concert Guitar Ensemble Concert 24 Apr 2010 On the lovely evening of 24th April the Dunman High School Guitar Ensemble held their second concert Timepiece II Dreams The repertoire was carefully chosen to represent the dreams and aspirations of the youthful guitar ensemble Although DHSGE started out not too long ago each and every member was driven by the common goals everyone shared to achieve nothing but the very best It was a spectacular night with many enchanting ensemble piece and entertaining small group performances The pieces the ensemble presented include compositions from Japan Korea USA France and so on There was a variety of soothing ensemble pieces to pop songs which were played on classical guitars and electric guitars The unexpected highlight of the concert occurred when the stage lights suddenly went off in the midst of the last performance Everyone was

    Original URL path: http://www.dhs.sg/guitar-ensemble-concert.html (2012-12-22)
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  • May 03 - 08 Chinese Society (senior high) Hong Kong Trip
    Programme Talent Development Programme Campus Life Campus Life 2012 Campus Life 2011 Campus Life 2010 Campus Life 2009 Campus Life 2008 Achievements CCA Scholars School EZCOETNL Mission Vision Logo Professional Sharing Day 14 09 2012 Resources and Useful Links Venue Booking Archives Contact Us Home Partners Administration DHS Apps Contact Us All Campus Life Campus Life Campus Life 2012 Campus Life 2011 Campus Life 2010 Campus Life 2009 Campus Life

    Original URL path: http://www.dhs.sg/may-03---08-chinese-society-%28senior-high%29-hong-kong-trip.html (2012-12-22)
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  • Community Service Club Hanoi Trip
    days trip aiming to participate in the local reforestation project FLITCH FLITCH stands for Forest for Livelihood Improvement in the Central Highlands The other objective of the project was to conduct English enrichment lessons for the students in Gia Bac School This project was in collaboration with Environmental Challenge Organisation NGO in Singapore and ECO Vietnam Group NGO in Vietnam For the FLITCH Project students were in charge of weeding a plot of forest in the Central Highlands and re planting Acacia saplings The whole process took 4 mornings The Acacia saplings would be maintained by the park rangers after the team has left Gia Bac Village The team also conducted English enrichment classes for some students in Gia Bac School They taught the students simple English songs and dance They also organized class games and an English learning trail for the students Below are some of the reflections from the Year 5 students who went for the trip The trip has taught me not to take things for granted What we view as necessities may be nonexistent in Gia Bac like phones or even basic things like the showerhead So while we live a comforted life in Singapore our counterparts in other parts of the world are literally living a different life Yap Zi Xuan I have certainly learned to be more independent having to take care of myself and to wash my own clothes and dishes While living and working alongside the others I have also learned to be more considerate and understanding of them sharing a common bathroom planning lessons in education committee washing dishes together taking shifts to use the bathroom keeping the area clean looking after one another Hiew Wei Gin Samantha Through the reforestation project I finally understood all the hard work that the

    Original URL path: http://www.dhs.sg/community-service-club-hanoi-trip.html (2012-12-22)
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  • Girl Guides Taiwan Trip
    Us All Campus Life Campus Life Campus Life 2012 Campus Life 2011 Campus Life 2010 Campus Life 2009 Campus Life 2008 Home Girl Guides Taiwan Trip Girl Guides Taiwan Trip 30 May 2010 2010 marks the 100 th Year of the International Girl Guide movement To celebrate this Centennial the Taiwan Girl Scouts Association invited our Dunman High Girl Guides to join them at the launch of their Girl Scouts Taiwan Stamps The trip to Taiwan was planned with the primary objective of allowing our guides to learn more about the Girl Guide movement in other countries In the process our guides should also learn more about Taiwanese culture So our trip to Taiwan included a cross cultural exchange between our guides and the Taipei Girl Scouts of Dali Municipal High School On the first day we went to Toucheng Farm 头城農場 and started the learning journey by penning our wishes on the Heavenly Lanterns 天燈 On the following day the girls had the opportunity to experience farm activities including outdoor cooking planting rice and picking corn They also saw the farm animals up close and had a memorable time Subsequent days were spent at the Taroko Gorge Tea plantation and also activities like hiking and pottery making One of the highlights of the trip was the visit to the Headquarters of the Taiwan Girl Scouts Association Our Guides joined them at the launch of the Girl Scouts Taiwan s Centennial stamps Our visit to the Taipei Dali Municipal High School was the most memorable of the entire trip We received a warm welcome by the principal staff and girl scouts of the school The girls were engaged in various activities with the girl scouts This included working on their Pioneering skills and they climbed the gateway setup by the

    Original URL path: http://www.dhs.sg/girl-guides-taiwan-trip.html (2012-12-22)
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  • Art Elective Programme Europe Trip
    only seen from images on slides and notes Entering each museum meant a fresh flood of colours and forms before our very own eyes and the sheer volume of authentic paintings and sculptures left us awestruck In comparison images on screen or even in books simply fall short in conveying the full emotions behind each work There are countless minute details that have to be examined with the naked eye resulting in a different perspective in each viewing The exposure to a wide significant range of artists and styles led me to truly realise how vast and deep art can be Every single artwork is an artist s view of the world processed by his her mind and imagination before being brought forth into life by his her own hands The presence of guides enhanced this experience as they explained the inspiration and purpose behind particularly significant works making the works all the more meaningful by relating the underlying story of the artwork behind the story in the artwork This is ultimately the exploration of the human condition and what it means to express and share one s thoughts and feelings to others for their interpretation the artist timelessly communicating to the audience Artistic styles have been and are continuously changing as time passes as the question What is Art is constantly debated As such various periods have produced timeless pieces which documents moments of historical significance and hold magical revelations from artists personal expressions These provide a thought provoking perspective on people society and culture Ergo art is indeed a universal language and further reflection upon what we see may perhaps serve to improve contemporary society Personally Marcel Duchamp s Fountain is a work I particularly like as it serves as a reminder for me to keep redefining what

    Original URL path: http://www.dhs.sg/art-elective-programme-europe-trip.html (2012-12-22)
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  • BSP Trip to Shanghai, China
    Development Programme Campus Life Campus Life 2012 Campus Life 2011 Campus Life 2010 Campus Life 2009 Campus Life 2008 Achievements CCA Scholars School EZCOETNL Mission Vision Logo Professional Sharing Day 14 09 2012 Resources and Useful Links Venue Booking Archives Contact Us Home Partners Administration DHS Apps Contact Us All Campus Life Campus Life Campus Life 2012 Campus Life 2011 Campus Life 2010 Campus Life 2009 Campus Life 2008 Home

    Original URL path: http://www.dhs.sg/bsp-trip-to-shanghai-china.html (2012-12-22)
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  • Community Service Club Philippines Trip
    being a 3rd world country to a 1st world country by 2024 they have also successfully changed the lives of many What touched me the most was the interaction with the children at the orphanage we visited Their smiles never fail to brighten up our day after a long and hard day s work They are able to derive the simplest of joy from things we take for granted eg Food parent s love I came to know that the amount we spend in one meal in Singapore can actually provide for 100 of such local kids For the kids at the orphanage even a simple hug does wonders as they are deprived of the much need love and affection It was unfortunate that this happiness was not to last as we were at the orphanage for only one day parting with the kids at the orphanage was the hardest of all things to do Poverty and corruption are two of the biggest problems that The Philippines face currently We were also given the chance to speak with the locals at Manila who belong to the lower class of the society Despite the hardships they are facing they still remain happy cheerful and optimistic about their future The locals also have strong religious faith which perhaps gave them hope and the will to continue with life It is startling to note that although The Philippines is the 2nd most happy country in the world 60 of the population are poor But hope means dream for the poor as long as they do not lose hope all is not lost Also because of rampant corruption the education sector is not getting enough funds and many schools in the rural areas lack proper infrastructure teachers are scarce and classrooms are very small

    Original URL path: http://www.dhs.sg/community-service-club-philippines-trip.html (2012-12-22)
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  • Combined NE trip with Temasek Secondary School to Hanoi
    Development Programme Home Combined NE trip with Temasek Secondary School to Hanoi Combined NE trip with Temasek Secondary School to Hanoi The trip to Vietnam was an especially memorable one for me Personally I knew that Vietnam was one of the top rice producing nations in the world but the moment we stepped into the bus for a 4 hour long ride we could see neatly organized rice plantations everywhere Seeing is believing and I experienced what I read in the textbooks firsthand Another important aspect was that the teachers encouraged us Dunmanians to bond with the Temasekians At first both schools were not keen on that idea but the moment we were forced to sit next to each other during bus rides and during mealtimes we really bonded more and talked to each other Personally I made a lot more new friends despite all of them being 2 years younger than me We would all laugh and joke during mealtimes and bus rides were spent conversing with each other I am really thankful that the teachers insisted that we should mix around more often Lastly we know a lot of sightseeing and shopping can be done in Vietnam and

    Original URL path: http://www.dhs.sg/combined-ne-trip-with-temasek-secondary-school-to-hanoi-2.html (2012-12-22)
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