Lunch with Sumiko

‘ACS boys feel like they own the school’, a principal once told Richard Seow. His reply: That’s a good thing

At Anglo-Chinese School, Richard Seow made headlines for his running. Now chairman of the school’s board of governors, he has had to set ACS on a new path.

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Richard Seow has chaired the Anglo-Chinese School’s board of governors since 2008. He talks to Sumiko Tan about the ACS community and the reaction to the news that ACS Primary would relocate and become co-ed.
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There’s no escaping Anglo-Chinese School in the restaurant Richard Seow has chosen for lunch.

From floor to ceiling, the walls of New Ubin Seafood in Stevens Road are plastered with copies of old photos and clippings of the school.

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