“For me, CAP wasn't just another series of lectures - it was a community. I made friends from incredibly diverse backgrounds as we came together to discuss literary ideas and more importantly, have fun as we did so. The experience as I danced, laughed, and wrote my way through this 4-day programme is truly something I will treasure and appreciate for years to come.” - Angelina Ng
“CAP allowed me to explore the different genres of writing other than narrative and further polish my writing techniques. It also provided me with the chance to interact with students across Singapore. In addition, I truly enjoyed A Capalla, which required me to step out of my comfort zone. CAP was an enriching experience!” - Foong Wei Qi
“CAP allowed me to explore the local arts scene and gave me the opportunity to hone my skills as a writer. It has further allowed me precious opportunity to meet fellow writing enthusiasts from other schools. CAP has been a once-in-a-lifetime experience and has created memories that will last a lifetime.” - Shieh Wensy
“CAP is a very enriching and meaningful experience. I got to learn more about different forms of art and appreciate others’ writing. Also, the workshops provided me with new “lenses” through which to see the world. It was truly enjoyable.” - Wang Nan
“CAP is a very enriching and fulfilling experience. It allowed me to learn different styles of writing. I also made friends with people from different schools. I like CAP very much.” - Zheng Xinning
Many visitors knew about the presence of marine debris but not the extent of pollution in our seas.
Interacting with visitors was a both an enriching and fulfilling experience. Through participating in the Festival of Biodiversity, we were given the opportunity to learn more about marine debris and the severity of environmental pollution. We became more aware of the threats that marine debris poses to our immediate environment and we are more careful of the amount of plastic we use in our daily lives as well as the proper disposal of our trash. This experience not only allowed us to share this important information with the public but also gave us the opportunity to deepen our understanding of the problem and see how we can take small actions in own own way to attend to it.