Due to multiple requests, the Organising Committee has decided to extend the registration deadline till 12 May 2013.
By Talia Seet. Last year’s Shadow Minister of Foreign Affairs and winner of the “Best Shadow Minister Award,” Tan Zhong Xian, summed up his three-week SMP 2012 experience in one powerful word: “Immersive.” From the array of issues discussed (pertaining to Budget 2012) to the venue of parliamentary sittings (the Old Parliament House), SMP 2012 [...]
By Derek Wong. Phoebe Leau, a current JC2 student from Hwa Chong Institution, role-played as the Minister of Transport in SMP 2012. As one of the youngest participants then, she had an enriching experience that “significantly broadened [her] perpectives.” In this interview, Leau shares with us some of her experiences at SMP 2012. [...]
By Chua Pei Ling When asked to summarise SMP 2012 in one word, Bay Ming Ching—winner of “Best Independent Parliamentarian Award”—described his experience as “eye-opening.” Prior to SMP, Bay felt that there were little opportunities available for sustained and open political discourse amongst students from different political spectrums. Having been always interested in the [...]