Singapore centre for chinese language invites singrass for site visit
Updated: Nov 21, 2022
The Singapore Centre for Chinese Language (SCCL) was opened by Founding Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew on 17 November 2009.
The objective of SCCL is to enhance the effectiveness of teaching Chinese as a second language in a bilingual environment and to meet the learning needs of students from non-Mandarin speaking homes.
Through the provision of quality training, SCCL hopes to enhance the teaching literacy, competency and professionalism of Chinese language teachers. It further strives to promote the development of Chinese culture and language in Singapore.
SCCL also focuses on researching innovative teaching and learning strategies, and through the promotion of effective Chinese language pedagogy in a bilingual environment, hopes to develop unique and effective teaching methods to strengthen the position of SCCL as the regional teaching and research centre for Chinese as a second language. We are delighted to be invited to the Singapore Centre for Chinese Language to discuss the benefits that our #indoorsmartecofarm#ISEF can bring to their staff and guests! Having just undergone a facelift, Dr Foo Suan Fong, Executive Director of SCCL, as well as Mr Chong Leong Chin, Deputy Executive Director of the SCCL invited our team to visit and to share more about our patented technology and expertise on how to make the indoor environment more conducive for work and study. We are grateful to be making our mission and vision known to more businesses in Singapore. Every opportunity to tour a location to do an air quality assessment is a chance to make business spaces more aesthetically pleasing and relaxing touch with their health in mind.
Mr Chong applauded our novel initiative to regulate the indoor environment by integrating the planting of leafy greens, highlighting the need to remove toxic fumes speedily after renovation to prevent headaches and other long term ailments.
Dr Foo is also supportive of our solution that is aligned with the #SGGreenPlan and #30by30 goals to increase #selfsufficiency of #foodproduction .
We are thankful for the chance to visit SCCL once again for the opportunity to connect and we look forward to be of service to you and your #referrals soon!