NUS Chinese Studies Students’ Society
The NUSCSSS was formed in 1992 and it is one of the clubs and societies in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (FASS).The 3 main objectives of the NUSCSSS are:1. To bridge communication between professors/teachers and students2. To provide services and welfare for students in the Department, and to allow students to forge closer bonds and friendships3. To promote the use of Chinese language and an understanding of Chinese culture and heritage locally, and to provide a range of information on local cultural activities and departmental events.
The annual activities organized by the NUSCSSS include: Orientation Camp, Welcome Tea sessions, festive celebrations (Teachers’ Day, Mid-Autumn Festival, Lunar New Year), Bazaars, Book Fair, End-of-semester One-Day Trips, Graduation Tea Session, etc. On top of these, we also organize a range of seminars and talks for our students, such as: Academic Essay Writing Skills, Chinese media in Singapore, Overseas Student Exchange Programme (SEP) sharing session, 100th Year Anniversary for Chinese Revolution, Fengshui talks, etc.