NTU CAC Arts From The Heart

Performers

26 June 2021

Chinese Drums | NTU CAC Member Club

Established in 2001, NTU Chinese Drums Club welcomes students of diverse cultural backgrounds to delve in the art of the 24 Festive Drums (节令鼓). With passionate drum beats and expressive body movements, the club aims to create impactful performances that offer a modern take on the traditional Chinese Drums style. More than 10 performances are held in and out of campus annually.

Indian Dance | NTU CAC Member Club

Indian Dance aims to holistically develop budding and experienced dancers from NTU student community in various Indian dance forms such as Indian Folk, Bollywood, Classical and many more. As the newest member of CAC, we offer regular dance classes as well as several performance opportunities for our members, including Chingay 2021 (Top 5), EarthLink’s EarthHour and NTU SIC’s Confluence.

Jeremy Pei | Magician
Jeremy Pei Redefines Magic.

From the tender age of 4, Jeremy trained in the art of illusion from his magician-father. Now, an Illusionist in his own right, Jeremy presents one of the most dynamic international acts in the world. At only 14 years of age, his international accolades began to really shine, taking the magic world by storm. Jeremy became the youngest Singaporean magician to win an International Magic Competition in Perth, Western Australia. As the only 3-time winner of the title, “Magician of the Year”, awarded by The Singapore Association of Magicians, he was also crowned 1st Place at the 2005 IF Magic International Close-Up Magic Competition, as well as being awarded the prestigious JCMA Award by the Japanese Close Up Magicians Association.

Leo Ching Ling | Singer

“I’m Leo Ching Ling, 20 this year and I’m an aspiring singer-songwriter. I’ve been passionate about writing Mandopop songs since I was 15 and have been honing my skills ever since. Production is also an interest that I’ve been working on and so I enjoy producing MVs and short-films whenever I’m free 😊”

Wushu

NTU CAC Wushu was first established in 1991 as the Pugilistic and Lion Dance Troupe, becoming an independent club in 2003. The club engages in many Wushu-related activities at national, institutional as well as public levels, such as the annual Invitational Traditional Wushu Championship, where they have held the championship title for two consecutive years. The members also regularly perform Wushu at various events, both in school and in public. Their aesthetic performances include a diversity of Wushu styles. There are fist forms such as Eagle Claw, Mantis Fist and Southern Fist as well as weapon routines such as Double Broadsword, Spear and Nine-Sectioned Chain Whip.


27 June 2021

Contemp-{minated} | NTU CAC Member Club

Contemp{minated} is the official contemporary dance club of NTU under CAC. Since the inauguration in 2001, the club has grown and diversified with dancers of various backgrounds seeking the liberation of dance expression. Rebranded as Contemp{minated} in 2011, we sought a new direction and developed an artistic dare through a repertoire of performances. Contemp{minated} aims at engaging and provoking her audiences through dance, movement, and expression. Nurturing individuality and celebrating creativity are two major themes that we aspire towards and hope to instil in our dancers.

Dragon & Lion Dance Troupe | NTU CAC Member Club

Dragon and lion dances are intended to bring luck and prosperity, a sentiment that’s very important to the Chinese. These auspicious dances are widely seen during Chinese New Year celebrations, but can also be a key feature of opening ceremonies, celebrations etc, throughout the year. Join Dragon & Lion Dance to learn and immerse yourself in Chinese culture, and be exposed to an activity you would never have imagined joining outside of University. Most importantly, we have fun together!

Jeremy Pei | Magician
Jeremy Pei Redefines Magic.

From the tender age of 4, Jeremy trained in the art of illusion from his magician-father. Now, an Illusionist in his own right, Jeremy presents one of the most dynamic international acts in the world. At only 14 years of age, his international accolades began to really shine, taking the magic world by storm. Jeremy became the youngest Singaporean magician to win an International Magic Competition in Perth, Western Australia. As the only 3-time winner of the title, “Magician of the Year”, awarded by The Singapore Association of Magicians, he was also crowned 1st Place at the 2005 IF Magic International Close-Up Magic Competition, as well as being awarded the prestigious JCMA Award by the Japanese Close Up Magicians Association.

Kirren and Shirlene | Band

Shirlene and Kirren are a pair of musicians who grew up loving and learning music. They started playing together while in Junior college and have been jamming together ever since. They normally cover songs ranging from pop music to pop noise.

Traditional Taekwon-Do Club

NTU Traditional Taekwondo Club aims to promote the learning of Traditional Taekwondo and Taekwondo tenets through dedicated coaching, inclusive membership, and leadership training in an innovative way. In our club, winning is not everything. Instead, we strive for constant improvement. To be faster, to be stronger, and to be swifter. Under the tutelage of our experienced instructors and dedicated group of alumni, our trainings are fun, enjoyable, and fruitful, where we are ensured to never leave without learning something new – be it a new kick, a new punch, or a new mind-set. Every year, aside from our usual weekly training, our club has multiple other events that all members can participate in such as gradings, bonding day, local/overseas training camp, national/regional tournaments, performances, etc. Our members come from different schools and their profiles range from freshmen to professors, but our differences never set us apart because we are all brought together for one reason – to learn Taekwon-do.

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