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Dr Vincent Pang named one of the Ten Outstanding Young Persons in Singapore

14 Aug 2018


Dr Pang (2nd from left) with the Singapore Honorees at the TOYP Awards Ceremony.

On 12 August, Assistant Professor Vincent Pang Junxiong was named one of the Singapore Honorees (Humanitarian and/or Voluntary Leadership) at the Ten Outstanding Young Persons (TOYP) Awards Ceremony in recognition of his outstanding achievements in his field of work and contributions to the community.

The TOYP Awards are given out by Junior Chamber International (JCI), a non-profit organisation that provides development opportunities to empower young people to create positive change. TOYP has been given out worldwide annually since 1983 and past winners include John F. Kennedy, Bill Clinton, Benigno Aquino and many other luminaries.

The awards serve as a platform for winners to contribute to society on an ever-greater level, as well as to inspire other youths to make a similar impact in their communities. This year’s awards ceremony was held at the Resorts World Sentosa, with Guest-of-Honour Dr Teo Ho Pin, Mayor of North West CDC and Member of Parliament for Bukit Panjang Constituency.

As a Singapore Honoree, Dr Pang is regarded as one of the top ten most outstanding young persons of Singapore and may represent Singapore in the TOYP World Awards.

Our warmest congratulations, Dr Pang! We hope that as you keep up with your good work, you will also continue to inspire others and effect positive change in public health and the community.

 

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