Roopal K. is no stranger to technology. She was playing with computers as young as 2 years old. Flash forward a number of years and at 12 she became the youngest member of the Singapore Geek Girls, and even started a chapter at her school, the Singapore American School (SAS). She is also a prolific writer, posting numerous articles for the SAS Perspectives blog and has created her own blogging website to share her experiences.
It should come as no surprise for her Girl Sco
On November 13, more than 140 Girl Scouts of all levels in Singapore got to try their hand at something they just can’t do back in the USA: dragon boating, a uniquely Asian sport. Organized in conjunction with the American Dragons dragon boating team, the event combined girls of all levels into teams. As they ventured out onto the water, they quickly learned that paddling in unison as a team was the key to success. Back on shore, Cadettes worked on their World of Water LIA, t
Check out this article on pages 10 of the November 2016 issue of the Singapore American newspaper about two exceptional young women in Singapore who have earned the highest achievable honor in Girl Scouts: the Gold Award.