Singapore Challenge 2012

Singapore Challenge, organised by Singapore International Foundation, is designed to give international and Singapore students a chance to get to know Singapore better while building cross-cultural  relationships  as they team up and negotiate different routes, pit stops and inter-poly activities.

8 Wonders of TP, which comprises eight nationalities from Temasek Polytechnic won the Singapore Challenge 2012 Most Diverse Team award
SIF Governor A/P Peter Pang with the top-performing team of Singapore Challenge 2012: iTeam from Ngee Ann Poly
Taking part in team-bonding activities organised by student leaders after crossing the finish line at Ngee Ann Poly
A team scores a bonus point for taking a picture with passers-by of a nationality not already represented in the team
Sharing Singapore’s “Water Story” at the Marina Bay Waterfront Promenade
One of the checkpoints required the participants to create a void deck art gallery at Block 8, Holland Avenue
Participants were tasked to find the sculpture named “Over the Household Rainbow” in Tiong Bahru
They'll have to make use of Singapore’s public transport system to reach their checkpoints
No raining on their parade. Participants race around the island to complete the Singapore Challenge within five hours
Ms Jean Tan (third from right), SIF’s executive director, together with representatives from Singapore’s five polys, at the flag-off for the race
1000 participants huddle in their respective teams to strategise before the big flag-off at Nanyang Polytechnic
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