Instagram link: https://www.instagram.com/p/CBtZxqaH0NU/ Since I already have an Instagram page where I post weekly animal fact infographics, I decided to make use of the platform to reach a wider audience. 70 followers may not be a lot, but it's significantly greater than a small group of family or friends. Plus, the wild boar fits perfectly … Continue reading AFN: Wild Boar
3 facts and fun facts Do’s and Don’ts ⁃ Who is my target audience My target audience for this AFN is the younger generation, who will tend to get overexcited when they see cute creatures around. However, they might not know certain actions might compromise their safety... ⁃ Why did I choose this particular creative … Continue reading AFN: Smooth-coated Otters
'Do's and Dont's' Poster Ecology Poster Who is your target audience? I hope that the information will be able to impress upon the general public at a glance. Why did you choose this particular creative medium? Presenting information in the form of a poster is clear and concise. This creative medium attracts readers’ attention swiftly, … Continue reading Act For Nature 2020: Wild Boars
So...I completely misread the AFN criteria, and instead decided to take my newfound interest and acquired knowledge about the intertidal zone to my family members. As I am the only person in my family who is remotely interested in conservation or local biodiversity, I felt it a personal responsibility to expose my two sisters and … Continue reading Act for Nature Project: Intertidal Immersion
On Saturday 20th June 2020, I brought my friends Bao Shen and Christalia to Coney Island to carry out my Act for Nature and for them to be in close proximity as well as learn more about nature! This was us on our way to Coney Island at approximately 9am!! Actually, Bao Shen acted more … Continue reading Act for Nature: Coney Island
Hey everyone, here's what I did for my Act for Nature (: For starters, I created a series of infographics (in a 1:1 aspect ratio) regarding the various aspects of the smooth-coated otters. This covered their diet, habitat, activity patterns, locations and sociality. Furthermore it covered 3 Dos and Don'ts when encountering the otters. It … Continue reading Act for Nature: Smooth-Coated Otter!
World Oceans' Day this year was held on 8th June 2020. Cooped up at home and missing the sea, I decided to do some publicity about the wonders of our marine habitats, tying in with this years' theme of #ProtectOurHome by (hopefully) making the younger generation realise that we have rich marine biodiversity. This was … Continue reading Act for Nature 2020: World Oceans’ Day!
My target audience teenagers in the general public. As the media is an infographic that can be shared online, teenagers would be able to share the infographic around to reach a wider target audience. I chose to make an infographic because this is the medium that I am most comfortable with. I showed my infographic … Continue reading Act For Nature 2020
I showed my sister the poster! My reflection: My target audience was children aged 10-15 y/o. I chose a poster as my creative medium because a visual representation can bring across the message better to my target audience. I showed my poster to my younger sister who is 9 years old. She was very amazed … Continue reading Act for Nature: Long-tailed Macaque
Over several weeks, my mom and I have been exploring MacRitchie Reservoir, catching exciting glimpses of the rich biodiversity it holds each time. Here are a few of the animals that we have spotted. In addition, three new things we have learnt about each animal from our observations and some research: Motoro stingrays (Potamotrygon motoro) … Continue reading Act for Nature