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  • Scouts Taiwan Trip
    exploring the food drinks and wares on sale Many hinted that they hope to go to another night market before the trip concludes Day 2 The next morning saw Crane Scouts headed to a local high school Taipei Municipal He Ping High School 台北市立和平高级中学 on a one day exchange program with the Taiwanese scouts The Taiwanese scouts demonstrated wonderful hospitality in welcoming and hosting us Over the next few hours we learnt about the history and formation of Scouting in Taiwan and He Ping High school There were also games which served to break the ice between everyone The warmth and enthusiasm displayed by the local scouts throughout was a great lesson in hospitality for us It also challenged us to cherish and appreciate our own activities at home As both schools parted ways the respective teachers in charge exchanged gifts such as scarves For the afternoon we travelled to Ye Liu where the scout troupe marveled at the intricate geological structures These were created from years of erosion by waves Many of students would surely have recalled what they learnt during their geography lessons In the evening we made our way to a farm 头城农场 to rest for the night Day 3 We were given a tour of the farm by the locals Our scouts experienced what it was like to wash pigs feed mountain goats and even pull a bullock cart The crisp rural mountain air and the sounds of animals made the morning a refreshing adventure for many of our young city dwellers Next the coach brought the nineteen Singaporeans to visit one of the natural wonders of the world Taroko Gorge one of Taiwan s national parks It was thrilling to behold the deep valleys flanked by majestic mountains on both sides Day 4 On this

    Original URL path: http://www.dhs.sg/scouts-taiwan-trip.html (2012-12-22)
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  • BSP Shangdong Immersion Programme
    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 BSP Shangdong Immersion Programme BSP Shangdong Immersion Programme 25 May 2010 2010年5月25日至6月8日期间 德明政府中学3名老师与29名中四双文化奖学金得主到了有泉城之称的中国山东济南 进行为期2个星期的浸濡 山东也是万世师表 孔子的故乡 儒家思想的发源地 儒家思想深深的影响着中国人的思维方式 此行旨在让学生们了解了中国国情 以及中国人的思维方式 期间 我们聆听了山东师范大学教授的专题演讲 探讨了儒家思想对东亚 中国社会的影响 对青少年价值观的影响 从中获益匪浅 我们也到山东师范大学附属第二中学与当地学生交流并一起上课 并在校园和大学园进行问卷调查 深刻体会到当地居民与学生的生活 这样零距离的接触丰富了此行的活动 也开拓了我们的视野 在参观学习之余 当地的风景名胜地如大明湖 趵突泉 千佛山等都留下了我们的脚印 参观风景名胜有助于我们对当地文化和习俗的了解 最难忘的是我们还参观了孔子故居 曲阜 也攀登了东岳泰山 从中 同学们更深入的了解及认识了儒家思想及中国源远流长的儒家文化 刘昊楠 10Y4D From 25 th May to 8 th June 2010 3 teachers and 29 Bicultural Studies Programme students visited the Chinese city of spring Ji nan Shandong Province This visit is an immersion programme under Dunman High s Bicultural Studies Programme Shandong province is the hometown of the Great Chinese Philosopher Confucius and the birthplace of Confucianism Confucianism has deeply influenced the mindset of the Chinese Thus this trip not only allows students gain an insight of the state of China but also the mindset of the Chinese During the trip students attended lectures conducted by the Professor of Shandong Normal University The topic on the impact of Confucianism on Eastern Asia China and its influence on the values of teenagers was discussed These lectures are very beneficial Dunman

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  • HAP (Geography) Trip to Japan
    people as well as their use of the Japanese language For the Japanese language there are many forms of addressing someone and many varying degrees of formality This makes me think of the many campaigns Singapore has in a bid to encourage Singaporeans to have manners and be a gracious society yet we are still unable to match up to the Japanese in terms of politeness and good service It could be because of Japan s conservative past where their culture has been brought in to the present and is now influencing their way of life Japan s society also places the public image in very high regard It can be seen from their everyday dress as well as the elaborate packaging of many manufactured products The irony is that while Japan is a very traditional society it is also considered one of the most advanced country in terms of technology From the traditional houses and preserving national monuments like the Kumamoto castle to the popularity of tea ceremonies sado flower arrangement ikebana and kendo we are able to see that they value their traditional roots very strongly Contrary to that they are also technologically advanced as they infuse the use of technology in their everyday lives For example most of the toilets in Japan have warm toilet seats and cleaning devices to keep clean This shows that tradition and progress can coexist and it is also possible for Singapore to preserve our heritage and culture at the same time progressing in terms of technology Japan is also considered a liberal and conservative society at the same time They take public baths and are unabashed about them being unclothed in front of strangers This can be observed from the numerous hot spring hotels in Japan especially in the Oita region

    Original URL path: http://www.dhs.sg/hap-%28geography%29-trip-to-japan.html (2012-12-22)
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  • Sports Leaders Trip to Japan (YOG)
    between Dumnan High School and Tokyo Metropolitan Asuka Senior High School of Japan This immersion programme provided an invaluable experience as our students attended 2 periods of lessons together with their paired buddies This opportunity also allowed our students to understand the systematic functioning of the Japanese School System In addition to the immersion programme at Asuka Senior High School the team also visited the Panasonic Centre Tokyo where the host extended us a huge warm welcome At the centre we were introduced to the world s leading technology of 3D imaging and state of the art Living Wall technology developed by Panasonic Our students also had some hands on experience with educational gadgets developed by Panasonic related to teaching and learning of Mathematics and Science at the RiSuPia One other highlight of our trip was the visit to Mizuno Corporation This visit provided us with the insight to the history and development of this giant in sporting goods producer It also highlighted the importance of science and technology in sports and sports equipment From a cultural perspective the tour also included a visit to a Traditional Noh Theatre where we enjoyed this 700 years old traditional Japanese Art We also paid a visit to an Origami School where we learned and understand this unique Japanese art and how this activity can aid creativity and innovation Last but not least it is our great fortune and honour to be granted access to visit the Japan National Training Centre NTC To our knowledge the NTC is closed to public visit not to mention a school from another country At the centre we were humbled to be briefed by NTC staff Mr Yukinori Miyabe 1000m Speed Skating Bronze Medalist of the 1992 Albertville Olympic Winter Games The briefing provided us an insight

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  • MOE budget quiz
    Us All Campus Life Campus Life Campus Life 2012 Campus Life 2011 Campus Life 2010 Campus Life 2009 Campus Life 2008 Home MOE budget quiz MOE budget quiz 7 May 2010 Our Dunman High School team comprising of Melvin Yeo Wei Qiang 6C31 Chan Yew Long 6C32 and Nicole Seah Pei Rui 6C42 made a credible showing at the inaugural Ministry of Finance MOF Budget Quiz 2010 and narrowly finished 1st runner up The MOF Budget Quiz challenges its participants on their knowledge of both microeconomics and macroeconomics with emphasis on the latter in addition there is special focus given to Budget and Public Financing issues The competition was held over two phases with the Dunman High School team coming in joint first in the preliminary rounds and Chan Yew Long finishing as overall individual 1st runner up out of over 70 participants from various pre tertiary institutions In the final round the team started well and with confidence and a strong sense of humour kept pace with the other finalist teams for the speed round Unfortunately their nerves got to them in the second step round and they fell to last place Nevertheless their determination and weeks of preparation

    Original URL path: http://www.dhs.sg/moe-budget-quiz.html (2012-12-22)
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  • Shell Singapore Youth Science Festival 2010
    Scholarship 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 2008 Home Shell Singapore Youth Science Festival 2010 Shell Singapore Youth Science Festival 2010 25 May 2010 On 25th and 26th May 2010 5 research teams comprising of 12 Dunmanians in total took part in the Shell Science Fair held at St Andrews Junior College as part of the Shell Singapore Youth Science Festival 2010 The teams were judged based on the written report oral presentation and exhibition display Our students have done very well in this competition The Gold award and Best Oral Presentation award were awarded to the team comprising of Celine Toh Siew Lin from 6C41 Nicole Seah Pei Rui from 6C42 and Tan Jin Hui from 6C44 who conducted their research under the Science Society Molecular Science Research Programme Another team comprising of Koh Jing

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  • Champion of EDB-VJC Economics Symposium 2010
    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 Champion of EDB VJC Economics Symposium 2010 Champion of EDB VJC Economics Symposium 2010 12 May 2010 Our

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  • Senior High English and Drama Society SYF Compeition
    Activities Junior High CCA Senior High CCA Physical Education Sexuality Education Counselling Support Character Development Special Programmes Overseas Programme Scholarship 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 2008 Home Senior High English and Drama Society SYF Compeition Senior High English and Drama Society SYF Compeition 20 May 2010 This year the Senior High division of the English Drama Society EDS achieved a Gold Award in the Singapore Youth Festival Central Judging of Drama for Junior Colleges and Centralised Institutions with their bold re imagining of Shakespeare s famous tragedy Macbeth as a thirty minute twenty member ensemble performance centred on the psychological destruction of the ambitious thane and his wife In this new version which incorporates both physical theatre elements and a chorus the original Shakespearean text was condensed adapted and combined with music song and movement

    Original URL path: http://www.dhs.sg/senior-high-english-and-drama-society-syf-compeition.html (2012-12-22)
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