It was indeed a privilege for the Teng siblings and their family when they were featured in the local Chinese lifestyle magazine, ‘Feminine’. The magazine, with a track record of over 30 years, highlights a broad spectrum of community and female issues and has garnered good credibility in its objective of curbing social problems and helping society in the process.
Siblings Teng Xin Ying, Teng Xin Ru and TengJia How; from Junior 5, 4 and 3 respectively, posed a happy figure both individually and collectively as their experience and growth of being R.E.A.L Schools students were documented in a five-page spread. Along with their proud parents, the feature article also highlights the benefits of private education and how it contributes to the overall development of students into complete and balanced individuals.
The results can be seen in the two Teng sisters when Xin Ying became part of the main cast of last year’s major school production, ‘Nanny the Musical’ (as the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Banks, a role which won her many plaudits), while Xin Ru represented the school in public speaking as a talented, prize-winning speaker.
To read more about them in this special ‘Education’ edition of Feminine magazine, as well as an exclusive two-page write-up featuring R.E.A.L Schools, Suria Campus, Cheras.