February 27th, 2018
For subway line 1-6, please enter the auditorium above.
The display of the assorted personal projects shows a spectrum of interests and individuality. Some stations may be bigger, smaller, more lurid or less of an attraction, but I assure you they are all worth the visit. We each put a hell lot of sweat into the year-long process, the product and the presentation.
It’s what keeps poking us on our soles, tugging at our spines, a constant reminder of another burden, another set of work that simply yells chop chop chop. Most times, even in subtle meetings and PP classes, its an emotional, vehement pandemonium. But what is bitter is also, in its own sense, sweet. There were indeed some parts of the project that was an utter pull of contentment and relief.
The reverent dedication that was put into this materialization of project ideas (IB satisfactory of course) deserves quite an awe. The extra work that was put in, the rush, the stretching adrenaline, the running around chasing things, the climax is here.
They asked for a 100, we gave them a 120.