E-learning Training for teachers

A series of 4 sessions of E-learning using G-suite was conducted for the teachers going to start the secondary portion of El Shaddai school in Jan. The diligent teachers asked many good questions and came from different cities – Malaysia, Iran and Singapore. Here’s wishing them success as they roll out their e-learning plans for…

Painting the Xmas tree

The first session started with the students learning how to paint an Xmas tree using Chinese ink brush strokes. Here are some of their works and pix.

Painting the snowmen!

A session on how to paint the snowmen for the students at El Shaddai Learning Centre, Klang.

It’s Xmas!

One of my students Valerie asked to draw a Xmas card last week and since I have done a painting last year which was pretty well received by friends I thought we would have a go at it today as a class to get into the mood for X’mas.  Here are my diligent and awesome…

The diligent students and their bio – Nicholas Hong

Nicholas Hong Nicholas Hong, first dabbled with Chinese ink painting while being a volunteer at the Chinese ink painting classes held at Ngee Ann Polytechnic’s Dialogue in the Dark in 2014. He was able to exhibit his first painting at SG50: Art and Diversity Exhibition at The Gallery@The Arts House together with the visually impaired…

The diligent students and their bio – Toh Szu Hui

Toh Szu Hui (Former intern at Dialogue in the Dark) Hi, I am Szu Hui, one of the students in the Chinese Ink Painting class taught by Pin Lay. I got to know Pin Lay when I was previously an intern in Dialogue in the Dark and I have also participated in learning and helping…

The diligent students and their bio – Ms Evangeline Yeo (Visually impaired)

Ms Evangeline Yeo (Visually impaired) My name Is Evangeline and I was born with low vision. Since young, I have always enjoyed learning new skills such as drawing etc. However, it was never satisfying. Someone ever commented that “my drawing is like a kid”. Through my previous workplace, “Dialogue in the Dark”, I was given the opportunity to…