New JC called 'Eunoia': Take a video of yourself pronouncing its name and stand a chance to win $50 shopping vouchers

New JC called 'Eunoia': Take a video of yourself pronouncing its name and stand a chance to win $50 shopping vouchers
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Hi Stomp readers! We have a fun challenge for you! Send us a video of you pronouncing 'Eunoia' and stand a chance to win a $50 shopping voucher!

There's a new JC in Singapore called Eunoia. But can you pronounce its name?

So here's our challenge to you:

1. Record a video of yourself pronouncing the name Eunoia.

2. Tell us whether you think it's a good or bad name.

3. Make sure that your face is visible in the video.

We will select the 10 most interesting videos, regardless of whether the participant pronounces Eunoia correctly, to be used in a fun video feature on Stomp and SPH Razor.

Each of the 10 participants selected will win a $50 shopping voucher.

Send your videos to stomp@stomp.com.sg or via WhatsApp to 9384 3761.

Please include your name, age and contact number.

Contest ends at 5pm today (Dec 30).

Thanks!

Stomp Team

More about Eunoia:

The newest junior college unveiled its name yesterday -- and instantly had parents and students practising how to pronounce it.

Eunoia Junior College will take students on the through-train Integrated Programme (IP) from Catholic High, CHIJ St Nicholas Girls' and Singapore Chinese Girls' schools. The IP lets students go on to JC without taking the O levels.

Acting Minister for Education (Schools) Ng Chee Meng revealed the school's name yesterday at an appointment and appreciation ceremony for principals. He said has Greek roots, meant beautiful thinking and goodwill towards others.


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