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Illimité 2015 was a fun filled event where I got to meet my peers who have gone through the rigorous curriculum with me. The entire setting at Goodwood Park Hotel provided the grand ambience, fitting for the occasion. The decorations were all very intricate and scholar-made. One mentionable prop was the lamppost made to resemble those in Paris. In addition to that, the games were all very well planned. I personally liked the last game where professors were asking questions as it enhanced student-professor interactions. Not to forget the 4 course meal was fabulous as well! I am really proud to have juniors so capable and felt heart-warming for their dedicated efforts in my graduating batch even though they may not have known most of us. I thank the club committee and members for the planning and execution of this convocation dinner and hope this spirit can live on in the future batches of scholars to come.
CN Yang Scholars Programme has given me immense exposure to research and a strong network of excellent individuals, of which I will definitely bring with me to the world beyond NTU. Congratulations to my peers on graduation and to all the undergraduates cherish your time in NTU!
This article is written by Jowell Cheng, who is an outgoing year 4 CN Yang Scholar.