Friday, October 28, 2011

Marshall Cavendish Online and MediaCorp LuV Chinese Launch 2011

The LuV Chinese product launch was held at The House of Tan Yeok Nee on 28 October 2011. The launch event which includes a workshop by Dr. Tan Chee Lay garnered more than 60 Secondary school Chinese language teachers. Hosting the event was MediaCorp artiste, Guo Liang.

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Saturday, October 22, 2011

NCTM 2011 at Atlantic City

Marshall Cavendish would like to thank everyone who came by our booth at NCTM in Atlantic City. The positive response for Math Buddies resulted in 11 schools adopting our pilot program. A big welcome to all the schools coming onboard including Scarsdale Public School District, The Bolles School and Red Banks Elementary.

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Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Marshall Cavendish at Frankfurt Book Fair 2011

Marshall Cavendish was present at the Frankfurt Book Fair from 12 – 16 October 2011 to showcase our expertise in a range of products and services that spans across books, directories, magazines and digital solutions.

Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Bronze Award in Singapore Youth Festival 2011

Name: McKayla Esther Tanoko
Class: 4A1
School: Radin Mas Primary

Award: Bronze
Competition: Singapore Youth Festival 2011
Category: Art & Crafts

McKayla Esther Tanoko of 4A1 has won the Bronze Award out of hundreds of entries submitted. Her work along with other award-winning entries  will be on display at the Singapore Art Museum. 

The annual Singapore Youth Festival (SYF) Art and Crafts Exhibition is a national school event that aims to showcase artistic talents of students and promote art appreciation in schools. It is co-organised by the Ministry of Education and The National Art Gallery, Singapore.

Title of Submission: "Electrifying"

Trainer Profile

Jason Lek (
Infocomm Trainer at Radin Mas Primary School

- Specializes in 2D/3D Animation and Design

“I have been in the Multimedia/Animation industry since 1992. I started as an apprentice, working under the mentorship of Steve Woods, an established British Animator. He was involved in the movies “Watership Down” and “Who Framed Roger Rabbit”.

I am a very versatile multimedia designer. This can be seen in my styles of drawing. I am strong in both Western and Eastern styles. Digital art and animation are my forte and I am also good in inspiring and imparting those skills to my students.”

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