Tampines Junior College's final days on show in Web documentary

Mr Vince Ang, 41, used to run a yong tau foo stall in the TPJC canteen. His stall was beside his aunt's stall, which sold ban mian. Tampines Junior College's "last assembly" on Dec 8 last year that was attended by more than 300 former staff and stude
Mr Vince Ang, 41, used to run a yong tau foo stall in the TPJC canteen. His stall was beside his aunt's stall, which sold ban mian.PHOTOS: MERGED.SG
Mr Vince Ang, 41, used to run a yong tau foo stall in the TPJC canteen. His stall was beside his aunt's stall, which sold ban mian. Tampines Junior College's "last assembly" on Dec 8 last year that was attended by more than 300 former staff and stude
Tampines Junior College's "last assembly" on Dec 8 last year that was attended by more than 300 former staff and students.PHOTOS: MERGED.SG

A caretaker who was the last to leave the school every day. A canteen vendor who ran a yong tau foo stall beside his aunt's stall, which sold ban mian. And a former Normal (Academic) student whose dream was to attend Tampines Junior College (TPJC).

These are some of the characters featured in an interactive Web documentary on TPJC's last days.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on February 07, 2019, with the headline 'TPJC's final days on show in Web documentary'. Print Edition | Subscribe