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The Voyage to Personal Victory

Left: Patricia Chua | Right: Biondie Phua

Passion is not always spontaneously stoked, but forged out of an open mind, as two scholars from MPA can attest to. We speak to them and discover a world behind containers and ships in which they place their hope for the future.

By Mabel Tan

Like many young students, Patricia Chua and Biondi Phua did not have a clear idea on which career path to explore. However, fate had other plans. A combination of fate and rigorous research resulted in both of them realising the maritime industry ticked all their checkboxes. It was only natural that they gravitated towards the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) Overseas Scholarship.

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Maritime Initiation

Two MPA highlight the dynamism of the Singapore maritime industry and the challenges it poses.

By Grace Swee

With most people opting for more conventional paths such as engineering and finance in his school days, Wong Kai Cheong walked the path less travelled and took up a Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) scholarship.

Kai Cheong saw the potential for his personal growth amidst the diverse maritime industry, and wanted to play a part in growing one of Singapore’s key industries.

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Making Waves in MPA

The large selection of vocations in MPA guarantees a fulfilling career for every professional, from fleet managers to maritime policy-makers. Two employees share more about their journeys in the organisation.

By Nabilah Husna A. Rahman

With the maritime industry being one of the economic pillars of Singapore’s growth, it is only natural for employees working in this sector to hold their jobs in the highest regard. The large selection of vocations available at the Maritime & Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) guarantees a fulfilling career for professionals such as Shen Wanling and Farrah Mohammad Fadil.

Both Wanling and Farrah expressed great satisfaction with their respective lengths of stay in MPA. Wanling joined MPA in 2009 as a Policy Analyst in the Policy Division after graduating with First-class honours from Nanyang Technological University (NTU). Farrah has already worked in several departments within MPA since joining the organisation in 2005.

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