Community Fridge Project with Marine Terrace Breeze Resident Committee (RC)
Nanyang Girls' High School
1
2021
Community Fridge Project with Marine Terrace Breeze Resident Committee (RC)
Digital Design

Group members:

Chan Mei Xi, Ho Li Xuan, Nicole Chou Zi Nin

 

The Community Fridge Project is a collaboration project between Marine Terrace Breeze RC and NYGH that aims to provide better accessibility to fresh food for low-income vulnerable residents in Marine Parade and address issues of nutrition and our vulnerable residents’ access to food resources.

 

AEP students Chan Mei Xi, Ho Li Xuan and Nicole Chou Zi Ning from NYGH had their proposals selected by the RC to re-vitalise the environment and community fridge through artistic designs and attractive campaigns.

 

The project’s main objective is to provide beneficiaries not only with another food resource, but a friendly campaign that helps them understand their nutritional needs, as beneficiaries can have access to fresh vegetables and produce, and not only dry rations (which are conventionally given under other food programmes in Marine Parade). Having this as another food resource also helps beneficiaries achieve a more balanced diet.

 

The project also provides opportunities for organisations and individual residents to give back and be involved in the community.

 

“Through the process of researching for this project, our team learnt more about the application of arts in the real world. This project broadened our perspectives and enabled us to have a chance to find the delicate balance between the needs of the target audience, aesthetic value, and other factors that must be considered when making a public artwork. Through the brainstorming and the artistic processes,  we also realised that art could be used as a problem-solving tool, as a creative, innovative and powerful mode of bringing a message across to the masses. Fieldwork at the site itself allowed us to understand some of the challenges of residents living in the area, and showed us their strong sense of belonging despite those challenges. This touched us, prompting us to be more grateful for the things we once took for granted, such as food.” – Chan Mei Xi, Ho Li Xuan, Nicole Chou Zi Ning

 

1
2021
Community Fridge Project with Marine Terrace Breeze Resident Committee (RC)
Digital Design

Group members:

Chan Mei Xi, Ho Li Xuan, Nicole Chou Zi Nin

 

The Community Fridge Project is a collaboration project between Marine Terrace Breeze RC and NYGH that aims to provide better accessibility to fresh food for low-income vulnerable residents in Marine Parade and address issues of nutrition and our vulnerable residents’ access to food resources.

 

AEP students Chan Mei Xi, Ho Li Xuan and Nicole Chou Zi Ning from NYGH had their proposals selected by the RC to re-vitalise the environment and community fridge through artistic designs and attractive campaigns.

 

The project’s main objective is to provide beneficiaries not only with another food resource, but a friendly campaign that helps them understand their nutritional needs, as beneficiaries can have access to fresh vegetables and produce, and not only dry rations (which are conventionally given under other food programmes in Marine Parade). Having this as another food resource also helps beneficiaries achieve a more balanced diet.

 

The project also provides opportunities for organisations and individual residents to give back and be involved in the community.

 

“Through the process of researching for this project, our team learnt more about the application of arts in the real world. This project broadened our perspectives and enabled us to have a chance to find the delicate balance between the needs of the target audience, aesthetic value, and other factors that must be considered when making a public artwork. Through the brainstorming and the artistic processes,  we also realised that art could be used as a problem-solving tool, as a creative, innovative and powerful mode of bringing a message across to the masses. Fieldwork at the site itself allowed us to understand some of the challenges of residents living in the area, and showed us their strong sense of belonging despite those challenges. This touched us, prompting us to be more grateful for the things we once took for granted, such as food.” – Chan Mei Xi, Ho Li Xuan, Nicole Chou Zi Ning
 

1
2021
Community Fridge Project with Marine Terrace Breeze Resident Committee (RC)
Digital Design

Group members:

Chan Mei Xi, Ho Li Xuan, Nicole Chou Zi Nin

 

The Community Fridge Project is a collaboration project between Marine Terrace Breeze RC and NYGH that aims to provide better accessibility to fresh food for low-income vulnerable residents in Marine Parade and address issues of nutrition and our vulnerable residents’ access to food resources.

 

AEP students Chan Mei Xi, Ho Li Xuan and Nicole Chou Zi Ning from NYGH had their proposals selected by the RC to re-vitalise the environment and community fridge through artistic designs and attractive campaigns.

 

The project’s main objective is to provide beneficiaries not only with another food resource, but a friendly campaign that helps them understand their nutritional needs, as beneficiaries can have access to fresh vegetables and produce, and not only dry rations (which are conventionally given under other food programmes in Marine Parade). Having this as another food resource also helps beneficiaries achieve a more balanced diet.

 

The project also provides opportunities for organisations and individual residents to give back and be involved in the community.

 

“Through the process of researching for this project, our team learnt more about the application of arts in the real world. This project broadened our perspectives and enabled us to have a chance to find the delicate balance between the needs of the target audience, aesthetic value, and other factors that must be considered when making a public artwork. Through the brainstorming and the artistic processes,  we also realised that art could be used as a problem-solving tool, as a creative, innovative and powerful mode of bringing a message across to the masses. Fieldwork at the site itself allowed us to understand some of the challenges of residents living in the area, and showed us their strong sense of belonging despite those challenges. This touched us, prompting us to be more grateful for the things we once took for granted, such as food.” – Chan Mei Xi, Ho Li Xuan, Nicole Chou Zi Ning
 

1
2021
Community Fridge Project with Marine Terrace Breeze Resident Committee (RC)
Digital Design

Group members:

Chan Mei Xi, Ho Li Xuan, Nicole Chou Zi Nin

 

The Community Fridge Project is a collaboration project between Marine Terrace Breeze RC and NYGH that aims to provide better accessibility to fresh food for low-income vulnerable residents in Marine Parade and address issues of nutrition and our vulnerable residents’ access to food resources.

 

AEP students Chan Mei Xi, Ho Li Xuan and Nicole Chou Zi Ning from NYGH had their proposals selected by the RC to re-vitalise the environment and community fridge through artistic designs and attractive campaigns.

 

The project’s main objective is to provide beneficiaries not only with another food resource, but a friendly campaign that helps them understand their nutritional needs, as beneficiaries can have access to fresh vegetables and produce, and not only dry rations (which are conventionally given under other food programmes in Marine Parade). Having this as another food resource also helps beneficiaries achieve a more balanced diet.

 

The project also provides opportunities for organisations and individual residents to give back and be involved in the community.

 

“Through the process of researching for this project, our team learnt more about the application of arts in the real world. This project broadened our perspectives and enabled us to have a chance to find the delicate balance between the needs of the target audience, aesthetic value, and other factors that must be considered when making a public artwork. Through the brainstorming and the artistic processes,  we also realised that art could be used as a problem-solving tool, as a creative, innovative and powerful mode of bringing a message across to the masses. Fieldwork at the site itself allowed us to understand some of the challenges of residents living in the area, and showed us their strong sense of belonging despite those challenges. This touched us, prompting us to be more grateful for the things we once took for granted, such as food.” – Chan Mei Xi, Ho Li Xuan, Nicole Chou Zi Ning
 

1
2021
Community Fridge Project with Marine Terrace Breeze Resident Committee (RC)
Digital Design

Group members:

Chan Mei Xi, Ho Li Xuan, Nicole Chou Zi Nin

 

The Community Fridge Project is a collaboration project between Marine Terrace Breeze RC and NYGH that aims to provide better accessibility to fresh food for low-income vulnerable residents in Marine Parade and address issues of nutrition and our vulnerable residents’ access to food resources.

 

AEP students Chan Mei Xi, Ho Li Xuan and Nicole Chou Zi Ning from NYGH had their proposals selected by the RC to re-vitalise the environment and community fridge through artistic designs and attractive campaigns.

 

The project’s main objective is to provide beneficiaries not only with another food resource, but a friendly campaign that helps them understand their nutritional needs, as beneficiaries can have access to fresh vegetables and produce, and not only dry rations (which are conventionally given under other food programmes in Marine Parade). Having this as another food resource also helps beneficiaries achieve a more balanced diet.

 

The project also provides opportunities for organisations and individual residents to give back and be involved in the community.

 

“Through the process of researching for this project, our team learnt more about the application of arts in the real world. This project broadened our perspectives and enabled us to have a chance to find the delicate balance between the needs of the target audience, aesthetic value, and other factors that must be considered when making a public artwork. Through the brainstorming and the artistic processes,  we also realised that art could be used as a problem-solving tool, as a creative, innovative and powerful mode of bringing a message across to the masses. Fieldwork at the site itself allowed us to understand some of the challenges of residents living in the area, and showed us their strong sense of belonging despite those challenges. This touched us, prompting us to be more grateful for the things we once took for granted, such as food.” – Chan Mei Xi, Ho Li Xuan, Nicole Chou Zi Ning
 

Secondary 4
Community Projects And Collaborations
Community Fridge Project with Marine Terrace Breeze Resident Committee (RC) 2021 Digital Design

Group members:

Chan Mei Xi, Ho Li Xuan, Nicole Chou Zi Nin

 

The Community Fridge Project is a collaboration project between Marine Terrace Breeze RC and NYGH that aims to provide better accessibility to fresh food for low-income vulnerable residents in Marine Parade and address issues of nutrition and our vulnerable residents’ access to food resources.

 

AEP students Chan Mei Xi, Ho Li Xuan and Nicole Chou Zi Ning from NYGH had their proposals selected by the RC to re-vitalise the environment and community fridge through artistic designs and attractive campaigns.

 

The project’s main objective is to provide beneficiaries not only with another food resource, but a friendly campaign that helps them understand their nutritional needs, as beneficiaries can have access to fresh vegetables and produce, and not only dry rations (which are conventionally given under other food programmes in Marine Parade). Having this as another food resource also helps beneficiaries achieve a more balanced diet.

 

The project also provides opportunities for organisations and individual residents to give back and be involved in the community.

 

“Through the process of researching for this project, our team learnt more about the application of arts in the real world. This project broadened our perspectives and enabled us to have a chance to find the delicate balance between the needs of the target audience, aesthetic value, and other factors that must be considered when making a public artwork. Through the brainstorming and the artistic processes,  we also realised that art could be used as a problem-solving tool, as a creative, innovative and powerful mode of bringing a message across to the masses. Fieldwork at the site itself allowed us to understand some of the challenges of residents living in the area, and showed us their strong sense of belonging despite those challenges. This touched us, prompting us to be more grateful for the things we once took for granted, such as food.” – Chan Mei Xi, Ho Li Xuan, Nicole Chou Zi Ning