The undergrad who started a coding academy, TODAY, 5 May 2017

Up until he set foot in the Yale-NUS College four years ago, Mr Sean Saito had not done programming. But the 23-year-old Japanese-American can now count among his achievements the setting up of a coding academy that has taken more than 1,000 students – from preschool to university levels – under its wings in just a year.  He is not the only Yale-NUS student who has pushed the boundaries away from the classroom. Mr Abdul Hamid Roslan, 24, co-founded student organisation The G Spot in 2013 to heighten awareness of issues surrounding gender, sexuality and feminism through community dialogues.

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