Join USP students, who have been mentored by Singapore Creative Writing Resident Miriam Bird Greenberg, for an evening of poetry that rewrites the dictionary, experiments in documentary poetics, and delves into the familiar condition of the human soul.
The Singapore Creative Writing Residency is co-organised by The Arts House and the National University of Singapore University Scholars Programme.
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Organised by the University Scholars Club (USC), The January Thing is a welcome dinner for the new semester. There will be a sumptuous buffet, spring-themed performance by USClassical, and updates by the USC 17th Management Committee. Everyone in the USP community is invited!
Buddhism in Asia (BIA) was launched in 2009, initiated by a group of USP students who were inspired by classes on religion and religiosity. Since 2009, students have travelled to Taiwan, India, Thailand, Japan, Laos, Vietnam and China to explore various aspects of Buddhism, from its roots to contemporary social practices. Now in its 9th year, the 2018 iteration of BIA will take place in Singapore for the first time and will explore ‘syncretism’, the merging of different beliefs and practices from various traditions and schools of thought.