Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Eunos Youths display patriotism as flag bearers

What makes this year's annual Eunos National Day Dinner special from the previous years is the marching in of flag bearers into the event venue. Eunos youths were proud to be part of this patriotic moment.

YEC members Darwin and Wei Kiat participated as flag bearers

About 800 residents and friends of Eunos packed the Eunos National Day Dinner dinner venue at Bliss Garden, Expo on 30 July 2011. 

Eunos Youths in red... (one has a red face)

Adviser Zainul Abidin Rasheed led the cake cutting to signify the birthday celebration for our nation.


Proud to be Singaporeans

Sunday, September 11, 2011

14th Biennial General Meeting ushers in 12 new youth leaders

Bringing youths together... A common mission of all the volunteers of the People's Association Youth Movement (PAYM).


Here at Eunos Community Club (CC) Youth Club, the 13th term Eunos CC Youth Executive Committee (YEC) ended with spectacular achievements. From 2009 to 2011, the YEC participated in about 70 activities, collaborated with other Eunos Grassroots Organisations as well as the Bedok North Service Learning Club (SLC) in extending outreach to youths via new media, sports & wellness, community engagement and community service programmes.

The efforts that our youth leaders and volunteers put in culminated in the Eunos CC YEC being awarded the PAYM Youth Club Meritorious Youth Club Award 2010. Our SLC, under the mentorship of the YEC, also did well and received the PAYM SLC Project Accolade in 2009 and 2010.

Briefing our Presiding Officer, Mr Stephen Chia PBM

The 14th Biennial General Meeting (BGM) was held on 23 July 2011 at Eunos CC Theatrette. The BGM is held once in 2 years and it is the time when the past term YEC hands over to the new term YEC.

Friends of YEC

YEC members interacting with PAYM Director Clarin Wee


Youths registering themselves for the BGM

Student Advisory Centre Executive Director Trevor Xie looks on


Master of Ceremony Pang Toh Wee

13th term YEC Chairman Sear Hock Rong delivers a welcome address

Presentation of reports by 13th term YEC's Chairman, General Secretary & Treasurer

After the reports were presented, Presiding Officer Mr Stephen Chia PBM, who is also the Vice-Chairman of the Eunos CC Management Committee, announced the dissolution of the 13th term YEC and introduced the members of the 14th term YEC.


Our youngest YEC member, Teo Wei Kiat (15 y.o.) introduces himself

Adviser Zainul Abidin Rasheed congratulates the 14th term YEC and encouraged youths to step forward to serve the community

Presenting the 14th term Eunos CC YEC


Presenting the new PAYM corporate tee as an appreciation gift to our Adviser

Jasmine Koh presents gift of appreciation to Presiding Officer





After the refreshments, the 14th term Eunos CC YEC held a Key Office Bearers' meeting, in which the YEC line-up was confirmed as follows:

Chairman: Sear Hock Rong
Vice-Chairpersons: Fong Yoong Kheong, Kam Chee Lee
General Secretary: Pang Toh Wee
Assistant General Secretaries: Khoo Yi Feng, Jordan Ng, Jasmine Koh
Treasurer: Tan Kai Ming
Assistant Treasurer: Darwin Nasir Chua
Honorary Auditor: Tan Jun Hong
Sports & Wellness Secretary: Nur Atiqah
Social & Community Service Secretary: Norizam Baharon
Social Development Secretary: Teo Wei Kiat
Publicity & New Media Secretary: Faiq Djasin
Children's Programme Secretary: Choong Pei Wen
Public Relations Secretary: Ng Chee Jian
Membership Secretary: Janice Huang
Service Learning Secretary: Low Jia Hao
Arts & Culture Secretary: Mohd Huzaifi
Adventure Secretary: Ng Yong Quan
Environmental Secretary: Lim Zheng Hao
Recreation Secretary: Noor Abdillah

Tuesday, August 2, 2011

13th term Eunos CC YEC General Secretary is our Poster Girl

When you read the latest PAssion magazine, don't be surprised to see someone familiar!

Our 13th term Eunos CC YEC General Secretary Pristine Chan is featured on the magazine for PAssion members (in red dress)!

You can access and read the online version of the magazine.

Monday, March 28, 2011

Over 100 Eunosians support Earth Hour


Never mind the numerous large-scale Earth Hour events happening around Singapore that night. Youths from the Eunos Heights Youth Network (Eunos Zone '3' Residents' Committee Youth Chapter) and Eunos Community Club (CC) Youth Executive Committee initiated and planned an Earth Hour celebration for Eunosians at Eunos CC.

Interactive Games



This is the first-ever Earth Hour event conducted within Eunos (Aljunied GRC) itself. The event was supported by Aljunied Town Council, which switched off the billboard lightings within Eunos; Eunos Community Club, which switched off most of the ground floor lightings; and the National Environment Agency, with informative collaterals for participants.

The principal objective of the 2-hour event was to create awareness to the Earth Hour movement to the grassroots. Some participants got to know about this global movement that evening.
Participants also gathered to make a pledge to protect the Environment by forming a large "60" (the symbol of Earth Hour).



Vegan buffet dinner was served.



Thanks to our volunteers and participants for making this historical moment possible!
















Saturday, January 29, 2011

The SSEAYP Experience - Goodwill Mission to Japan & ASEAN


Eunos CC YEC Vice-Chairman Fong Yoong Kheong participated in the 37th Ship for Southeast Asian Youth Programme (SSEAYP) 2010. SSEAYP is an annual programme sponsored by the Japanese Government and supported by the member-countries of ASEAN. It brings together more than 300 youths from ASEAN countries and Japan, providing them with the unique opportunity to live together on board the ship Fuji Maru for over 40 days. This year's theme for SSEAYP is "Youth Participation in Social Activities".

Yoong Kheong was the Chairperson of the Discussion Committee & Webmaster for the Singapore Contingent. During the programme, he represented the contingent as a member of the Discussion Programme Steering Committee.

Let's have a glimpse of what goes on before and during the 53-day life-changing journey!

At Changi Airport

After the SSEAYP selection process, the 28 Singapore Participating Youths (SPYs) had to undergo a 2-month long pre-departure training, which equipped them with basic cultural knowledge of the other ASEAN & Japan, and allowed them to source for sponsorships and prepare the materials/logistics required for the programme. The SPYs also had to prepare cultural performances to be showcased during the programme.

Inauguration Ceremony

Ceremonies

The 37th SSEAYP brought the PYs to Tokyo, Port Klang, Bangkok, Jakarta, Singapore and Ho Chi Minh City.

Performance graced by Her Highness Princess Akishino

In Tokyo, the PYs participated in the Japan-ASEAN Youth Leaders Summit 2010 together with over 100 Local Youths from Japan.

On board the ship Fuji Maru, there are various activities for participants to take part in.


Participants are divided into Solidarity Groups (SGs). Each SG has a more or less equal representation of gender and nationalities.

Solidarity Group A

SG A at Temasek Polytechnic

Morning Exercises keep participants healthy and provide a platform for the Solidarity Groups to lead and share ideas.


Through Club Activities, participants showcase their cultures to the other participants.

Tea Ceremony

Each participating country is given a night to showcase their culture via the national presentation.

Singapore National Presentation

Participants exchange national attires

Participants are divided into 8 Discussion Groups, with topics ranging from Corporate Social Contributions to Youth Development to HIV/AIDS Prevention, etc. Each contingent needs to commit to a post-programme project related to any of the given themes.


When the ship called on the port, participants go for insitutional visits.

Visit to ASEAN Headquarters in Jakarta

Visit to House of Representatives in Jakarta

Apple-picking at Morioka, Iwate Prefecture, Japan

Salted Egg Making in Bangkok

Constructing the Fuji Maru model using recycled cans at Temasek Polytechnic

Visit to Foreign Trade University at Ho Chi Minh City

Doing the gangway cheer

Participants get to experience homestay in port-of-call countries.

Homestay Matching Ceremony in Iwate Prefecture, Japan

With Malaysia Host Family

With Indonesia Host Family

Participants with our Adviser Zainul at a Eunos grassroots event

With Vietnam Host Family

Host family and Participants' friends and family members were invited to tour the ship.


Not forgetting birthdays on board!


Where else would you have a chance of homestaying in 5 countries, have fun for 53 days and live with hundreds of great friends on a ship?

Join Eunos CC YEC and explore infinite possibilities!