Vincent Ng Cheng Hye graduated
from Institute of Technical Education with a National Trade Certificate Grade 2 in Precision

Engineering in 1993. The former World Wushu exponent threw his flying kicks into the entertainment scene when he was a finalist in Star Search 1997.

His convincing portrayal of the legendary Bruce Lee wannabe in Hainan Kopi Tales earned him a nomination for the Best Supporting Actor in Star Awards 2000. He was also voted Top 10 Most Popular Male Artistes for two consecutive years (2000 & 2001) in the same award ceremony.

Vincent picked up Wushu at the tender age of 12. When he was at ITE, his teachers were supportive of him that further developed his talent in Wushu. He took part in various national competitions, even becoming a triple gold medallist in the National Wushu Competition for 1989, 1991 and 1992. Upon graduation from ITE Jurong in 1993, he won his first Gold Medal at the South East Asia Games.

Vincent has donned national colours by representing
Singapore in numerous Wushu competitions overseas. He
was the gold medallist in the Beijing International Wushu
Tournament in 1994, and again at the 3rd World Wushu
Championships held in the United State of America in 1995. In 1999, The Straits Times voted Vincent as one of the top 50 athletes of the century. Today, he is one of the Chief Instructors for Jurong Town CC Wushu Club, a task he juggles happily with his busy filming schedule. *

Abdul Wahab graduated from Institute of Technical
Education with an Industrial Technician Certificate in
Electronics Engineering in 1972. A strong believer of lifelong learning, he went on to enrol for a part-time course at the Singapore Polytechnic and graduated with a Diploma in Electronics Engineering in 1977. In the same year, he resigned from the Telecommunication Authority of Singapore and left for the United Kingdom to further his study. He graduated from the University of Essex in 1979 with an Honours Degree in Electronics Engineering, returned to Singapore and worked for Hewlett Packard (HP).

While working for HP in R&D projects, Mr Abdul Wahab
further acquired a Master degree in Electronics Engineering from the National University of Singapore. In 1984, he joined Nanyang Technological University (NTU) as a Senior Lecturer and is now an Associate Professor in the School of Computer Engineering. An expert in Artificial Intelligence, Mr Abdul Wahab has contributed many book chapters and journal publications in his areas of expertise. He is currently pursuing a PhD in Artificial Intelligence and Signal Processing at NTU.

Mr Abdul Wahab has attained exemplary academic and
professional achievements. *



Today, Kum Weng is a professional Coach for Water Polo and physical education. Over the years, he has trained many young teams to enjoy the sports and achieve results at competitions. His colourful achievements include coaching the teams from National University of Singapore, Nanyang Technological University, Hwa Chong Junior College and Anglo Chinese School (Independent) to win honours for their respective institutions.

Kum Weng regards Water Polo as his first love and has the ambition to see the sport reaches greatness and glory some day. He has already trained many young ones to attain glory and is continuing to inspire more to have that passion the same passion that he possessed during his days in ITE. *

Lau Kum Weng took up Water Polo at a very young age. He represented the former ITE Bukit Merah in the
combined schools’ games and brought glory to his alma mater. Two years after he graduated with a National Trade Certificate Grade 3 in 1979, Kum Weng tasted his first SEA Games success in 1981, attaining the Gold Medal for Water Polo together with his team mates. He further won two Gold Medals in the 1983 and 1985 SEA Games.