Yale-NUS College

  • Youth Urbanism: Global Trends, Local Perspectives
  • Introduction to Urban Studies (co-teach colonial cities and field trip component)
  • Methods in Social Sciences (co-teach qualitative methods)
  • Creative Cities (co-teach knowledge economies and education hubs)


Bachelor (Hons) theses, Yale-NUS College: (i)  Nyang Bing Lin, “On Borrowed Land: Sungei Road Thieves Market and Responses to its Closure” (ii) Lim Se Ern, “The Unspectacular Icon: Mosaic Playgrounds in a Global City”

Related Experience

Guest Lecturer | Nanyang Technological University | Mar 2017 :: Designed and delivered a lecture for sociology module on “Education and Society”; on topic of transnationalizing higher education and the youth question (lecture slides)

Guest Lecturer | Nanyang Technological University | Mar 2016 :: Designed and delivered a lecture for sociology module on ‘Cities and Urban Life’; on topic of urban spaces, politics, and citizenship (lecture slides)

Guest Lecturer | National University of Singapore | Aug 2013 :: Delivered a lecture for the module GE3241: Geographies of Social Life; covered key geographical concepts in the field of social geographies with particular focus on identities

Graduate Teaching Assistance | Geography, NUS | 2010-2011 :: Duties included leading tutorial classes, grading assessments, and meeting undergraduates for consultations. Facilitated the following modules: GEK2001/SSA2202 – Changing Landscapes of Singapore, GE3219 – Globalization and Asian Cities, GE4101A – Development of Geographic Thought. In GE4101A, my main role was to facilitate seminar small-group discussion on key readings, debates, and theoretical developments in human geography.