Alumni took part in various experiential workshops and exhibition booths around campus, including learning about different satellites NTU has launched and a tour of the laboratories to see the latest made-in-NTU innovations.
They also attended various talks and alumni networking events organised by the Schools and Alumni Associations, with topics ranging from entrepreneurship to parenting and education.
For the first time, Homecoming was held outdoors at the rejuvenated Yunnan Garden, where alumni and their families tried their hand at various carnival games and treated themselves to refreshments offered at F&B booths. Open-top bus tours let alumni take in the university campus in comfort while being brought to various award-winning iconic buildings. This was the largest alumni event since the pandemic.
He also paid tribute to the late philanthropist Mr Tan Lark Sye and the Singapore Hokkien Huay Kuan, which donated the land for the building of the campus. In 2019, Singapore’s bicentennial year, NTU renamed the College of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences (CoHASS) building the “Singapore Hokkien Huay Kuan Building” while the road adjacent to Chinese Heritage Centre was named “Tan Lark Sye Walk”, added Prof Suresh.