Both Rachel and Carine are amongst the few people I spent my first day of orientation with. Rachel being the firecracker of the group will be sorely missed – especially during our regular lunchtime darts/foosball session in the PwC Singapore’s office!
As for work related matters, I have been working extensively on creating social media messages as well as accompanying infographics. I really enjoy the creative environment of this internship and have been learning a lot about optimising social media platforms. In fact, I have been given the chance to work on revamping the current Facebook strategy and have been learning a lot!
I experienced a couple of farewells these past two weeks and it’s never easy to see people whom you’ve made acquaintance with, leave so soon. A bunch of us had initial dinner plans but as some of us had last minute meetings to attend to, Carine and I decided to bring Rachel out for a waffle treat during lunchtime! Indie cafes are a growing hit in Singapore, so we naturally decided on one of the many nearby options, as per Carine’s recommendation. Cafe-hopping too is an increasingly popular activity to do in Singapore but of course, it’s something you’d usually do during the weekends!
.Stay tuned for the next blog post as I will be sharing the various celebrations happening all over Singapore as she celebrates her 50 years of independence – also known as Singapore’s Golden Jubilee!
By Nadrah Rozman