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Ji Jian Wu by Lin Qiuxia (above); Mass Production of Happiness by Yingxuan Teo; Canvas by Ng Luowei and Mervyn Chen; Rewind by Poh Yun Ru.

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Ji Jian Wu by Lin Qiuxia; Mass Production of Happiness by Yingxuan Teo (above); Canvas by Ng Luowei and Mervyn Chen; Rewind by Poh Yun Ru.

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Ji Jian Wu by Lin Qiuxia; Mass Production of Happiness by Yingxuan Teo; Canvas by Ng Luowei and Mervyn Chen (above); Rewind by Poh Yun Ru.

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Ji Jian Wu by Lin Qiuxia; Mass Production of Happiness by Yingxuan Teo; Canvas by Ng Luowei and Mervyn Chen; Rewind by Poh Yun Ru (above).

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Pneumatics' Touch by Sheryl Teng.

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Phenomenal Wood by Jasmine Quek.

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Odour Ring by Kevin Chiam.
DESIGN

Products for a better tomorrow

Eight young designers put forth their creations for life in the post pandemic world.
01/01/2021 - 05:50

WHETHER we like it or not, the coronavirus pandemic has changed the way we live. Wearing a mask is now second nature, we no longer need reminders to wash our hands frequently, and talking about mental health is no longer taboo but necessary.

At the ongoing exhibition, Visions of the

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