Streetwear with an Asian twist
What started out as a passion project for Brendan Kor, 21, has evolved into a local streetwear label known as The Toxic Friends Co. (损友公司). Kor’s brand has been featured on multiple media outlets, including CNA and lifestyle publications. Photo editor Joel Chan finds out more about the brand’s origins.
The Nanyang Chronicle, Vol. 25 Issue 10
Chasing his dream one trim at a time
Raiyan See has been a barber for a year, giving haircuts in his Hall of Residence. The 22-year-old aspires to take his dream one step further and open his own barber shop someday. Photo Editor Joel Chan finds out more.
The Nanyang Chronicle, Vol. 25 Issue 9
Jazzing up rims with spray paint
Spurred by his longtime interest in cars, Chang Yong Keen started a freelance business, RimsOnly, with his friend that specialises in spraying car rims in fun and creative ways. Photo Editor Joel Chan finds out more.
The Nanyang Chronicle, Vol. 25 Issue 8
Flying for the first time
For many, university is a time to try out new and different experiences. For Phua Zhao Xi, it was a chance for her to explore her childhood dream of being a cheerleader. She recounts her journey to photo editor Joel Chan in the lead-up to the NTU Inter-Hall Cheer Competition.
The Nanyang Chronicle, Vol. 25 Issue 7
Working with wood
He might have completed an accountancy diploma in polytechnic, but first-year ADM student Yee Chien Ping decided to ditch the numbers in university to pursue his interest in wood crafting. Photo editor Joel Chan speaks to him about his newfound passion.
The Nanyang Chronicle, Vol. 25 Issue 6
No break to the hustle
When finals are completed and the semester ends, the campus may seem quiet. But there are still some in the NTU community who work hard during the break to keep the campus running.Photo Editor Theodore Lim walks around campus to find out who these people are.
The Nanyang Chronicle, Vol. 25 Issue 5
Tradition in transformation
The NTU Chinese Medicine Clinic treats ailments ranging from sores throats to colds. Photo Editor Theodore Lim visits the clinic to debunk Chinese medicine myths and learn more about its treatments.
The Nanyang Chronicle, Vol. 25 Issue 4
Struggling to stay together
Senior students who do not benefit from the guaranteed two-year hall stay programme are finding it tougher to stay in their desired halls. Photojournalist Debbie Michelle Ng speaks to two such students who are fighting hard to stay as roommates.
The Nanyang Chronicle, Vol. 25 Issue 3