JUDGING PANEL - STATIC PRESENTATION

The static presentation judges are:

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Mr Lee Shee Koeng
Chief Judge, Static Competition Judging Panel

Shee Koeng is a Director with home-grown Architectural firm DP Architects Pte Ltd. He is a Registered Architect with the Singapore Board of Architects.

   
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Dr William Wan
Writer/ General Secretary, Singapore Kindness Movement
Chairman, Prison Fellowship Singapore
Chairman, Ethics Committee, Farrer Park Hospital

William also serves on the Council and Board of several non-profit organisations including the Boys' Scout Association of Singapore and the Public Hygiene Council. He is on the Advisory Committee of several education institutions, and is on the Selection Panel of Singapore University of Social Sciences’ Law School.

He is author of several books and numerous articles, and speaker at conferences and other public forms.
- 1985 Ottawa Board of Police Commissioners Award
- 1986 Ontario Solicitor’s General Award
- 2011 Active Ager Award
- 2015 Abdeali Tayebali Lifetime Achievement Award for being a Community Leader Extraordinaire.
- 2017 President’s Volunteerism and Philanthropy Award in the individual senior category

   
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Ms Joanne H Lim
Founder/ Creative Director, The Right Perspective (Singapore)

The Right Perspective focusses on creating the right perspective in the minds of their stakeholders through sharp strategy, measured messaging, innovative initiatives, and detail design.

Joanne is co-author of the books, The Leader, The Teacher & You which won the Singapore Literature Prize (Non-fiction) in 2014 and Winning With Honour In Relationships, Family, Organisations, Leadership, And Life, which was published in 2016.

   
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Mr Seah Chee Huang
Director, DP Architects Pte Ltd
Adjunct Design Tutor, NUS Department of Architecture

Chee Huang is interested in exploring how architecture can be an effective social vehicle, to engage minds, touch hearts and inspire lives. He was one of the lead architects on the Singapore Sports Hub, Our Tampines Hub and Sembawang Sports and Community Hub projects. Chee Huang champions some of DP’s key corporate social responsibility initiatives including Project Bus Stop, that re-imagined bus stops as meaningful social nodes; Goodlife! Makan, a community kitchen that engages and empowers stay-alone elderlies through food, and the 2016 National Day Parade set design of Sky City. He also currently sits on design advisory panels and committees for various agencies and institutions.

   
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Mr Heng Kim Song
Artist and Cartoonist

Since 1984, Kim Song has been a freelance editorial cartoonist for Lianhe Zaobao, the largest Chinese-language newspaper in Singapore. His works have been syndicated internationally since 1991 and are now published in many international publications including The Washington Post, International Herald Tribune, Newsweek, Asahi Shimbun, JoongAng Ilbo, South China Morning Post, Yazhou Zoukan and Sin Chew Jit Poh. He has been Op-Ed Contributor to the International New York Times since 2012.

Kim Song participates in numerous exhibitions and events, including the World Economic Forum Annual Meetings in Davos. His awards include the Grafica Internazionale Award presented by the International Festival of Political Satire in Italy, Top Award in the UN ESCAP’s 50th Anniversary Cartoon Competition organised by the United Nations and the Award of Excellence for editorial cartooning by the Society of Publishers in Asia.

   
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Ms Tia Boon Sim
Inaugural Artist-in-Residence, Centre for TransCultural Studies, Temasek Polytechnic
Founder, Urban Sketchers Singapore
Founder, Thow Kwang Artists Studio

Tia is an architect turned art and design educator. She was tutored by local art pioneer, the late Mr Liu Kang. Her paintings were made into stamps and first day covers to commemorate Singapore National Day 2011. A speaker at TEDxSingapore 2013, Tia is also an independent publisher of two books Urban Sketchers Singapore: Volume 1&2 in 2011 and 2015 respectively. Her artwork of the campus was presented to the Prime Minister of Singapore in 2012 and her skyline sketches of Tokyo and Singapore were presented to the Ambassador of Embassy of Japan, Singapore in 2016.

   
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Ms Jenny Sim
Artist

Jenny joined Fill Your Walls Gallery in 2008 and has taken part in the gallery's frequent art shows through out the years. She is also a member of the Singapore Art Society and frequently exhibits at their annual art competitions and art shows. She has won the Distinction Award for her Abstract painting in 2009.

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