A big thank you to students who participated in this year's Gratitude Challenge! Every entry was truly inspirational :) Special thanks to Dr. Kris Archter for selecting the winning photos (it certainly was not an easy task). Enjoy your GrabFood vouchers!
Happiest moment in isolated HBL life. Love to explore Singapore's beautiful landscape with my skateboard :)
Photo by: Jinmoon Jung
I am grateful for the time I have with friends and family. This is a photo of my friends and I from ACS helping out at Botanical Gardens doing a project.
Photo by: Wei Zhi Wong
In the picture I’m trying to show my appreciation for the chance to study and get an education.
Photo by: Yun Shyan Lee
It may look like a normal picture. However, to recap the moment I took this picture, I woke up at 6:30 am that day and went out to run. After running about 20 minutes, I felt tired and breathed wildly. So I stopped running and took a look at the sky. The sun was rising among a lot of dark clouds. I can not describe exactly why but that gave me a lot of motivation. I felt like I had to and I can live an inspirational and challenging life like the rising sun does. To sum up, the sun I saw after running gave me the courage to step out of my comfort zone, challenge myself and I could get rid of my idle attitude toward my life as a result. Therefore, I feel grateful for the fact that I am lucky enough to find such a great motivation and whenever I lack confidence and motivation, just looking at that passionate and beautiful rising sun lets me have a gut to give it a shot whatever it is.
Photo by: Joonseong Kwak
Someone that I show great appreciation for is my dad who has always taken care of me and always goes the extra mile to make sure I have the best in life. Without him, I would not be the person I am today and will not have been able to enjoy all the privileges I have.
Photo by: Wern Fang Chong
In life there are moments when we are in a rush to finish a task. However, gratitude can be found in this ordinary traffic light we see everyday. This is because it is not just a red light indicating us to stop, but it allows us to have a moment to think about where we should be heading towards , or where we should stand.
Photo by: Dahye Jung