Music, celebs, merchandise giveaways and free bubble tea - it was all happening at UTown Plaza.
NUS students turned up in numbers at Spark The Next: School Hangout to share their thoughts on their vision of Singapore in 2025 and their favourite Somerset Belt prototypes.
Mediacorp 987 radio DJs Sonia Chew and Joakim Gomez made guest appearances and offered their views as well. Food was the order of the day (or night, for that matter), as the “Late Night Supper” food truck came up as NUS students’ favourite Somerset Belt prototype.
The top three values NUS students think are the most important to achieve their vision of Singapore in 2025 are: