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OTHERWORLD. (Main series)

Prologue - Six ancient heroes

Chapter 1 - Chi greediness

Chapter 2 - Love above\under the sea

Chapter 3 - Pride of Lions

Chapter 4 - Memories never die

Chapter 5 - The QCT, part one


Oogway’s adventure

Otherworld - Specials\Oneshots

Forgotten Souls (It will start with the end of Oogway’s adventure)

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The cursed mansion

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Every year, The Province random candidates from all over China, young or old, family or not would be chosen for the honor of representing their district in the Kung Fu Games. These Games were a reminder, a great reminder at that, of the horrors of Kung Fu and how it had once destroyed all of China. Thus the reason for the games… to show the horror that Kung Fu brought out in people.

Our contestants took a step on the pedastal and a glass tube encases them all. The sound of metal clicking and clacking before a thin piece of metal covers the glass and they feel themselves being lifted. They were going to the Arena. 

The world opens up to them all as their tube opens up to a grassy field with the center spotlight the Cornucopia. The time rolled, starting from 49…48… 

This was the beginning to the 1st Annual Kung Fu Games…

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Rejoice Collectively over 2 Virtuous Deeds

On 3 April 2017, class 14G022E rejoiced collectively over 2 virtuous deeds. Firstly, our class monitor arranged for a special pre-wedding celebration for one of our new members Mr Calvin Boey who is getting married to Ms Lara Tan on 25 April. She brought a cake to the class together with 2 bottles of non-alcoholic champagne and a balloon to celebrate with them during our tea break. 

Secondly, we rejoiced the great efforts put in by our team of 8 flag sellers: Shirley Lim (care coordinator), Martin Tang, Stephanie Tan, Chen Li Fung, Irene Tan, Andrea Matterson, Tan Choon Hee and Frank Lee. Some of them planned in advance by appealing to their friends and relatives through the social media for advanced donations. On the day itself, they took donation pledges through calls or whatsapp messages from their circle of classmates and friends. It helped that they were in town and could easily withdraw the amount pledged from a nearby ATM machine to be donated to their respective tins. That’s a good way to do a donation drive! Rejoice everyone!

By Ho Mui Peng (Class 14G022E)