With the proliferation of fake news, the role of the press becomes increasingly crucial in upholding the truth. The Press Corps grants delegates an exclusive chance to step into the shoes of some of the most prominent press agencies in Southeast Asia and beyond. This will require delegates to be adept at managing inherent biases within their press agencies. Delegates of the Press Corps can look forward to forwarding the agenda of their respective agencies with reports that consolidate the proceedings of reach and every council.
Chew Jia Hui Elieen
Elieen is someone with many faces. She may look angry at first glance, but it’s only because she hasn’t gotten her daily caffeine dosage. Don’t hesitate to say hi to her because chances are, she isn’t mad at you.
Eileen tries her best in everything she does - (though sadly) especially in things with no discernible reward or value, such as trying to learn everyone’s names spelled backwards. Despite classified a tad bit eccentric and wild by some, Eileen preserves and continues being friendly to everyone she knows (refer to above point about always giving her best). She hopes that all delegates will have an enjoyable and fruitful time at DHAP 2019!
Tan Shi Qing, Cherylynn
Cherylynn is a Year 6 student at Dunman High School. Despite being in Project Planning, Cherylynn (ironically) has problems with planning her time and projects. At the time of writing, Cherylynn has a few tests to study for, a dozen of emails to send out and tons of overdue work to clear. As such, Cherylynn cannot afford to spend too much time on this biography. In short, Cherylynn hopes that everyone will PRESS on and she looks forward to seeing everyone in a desirable state at DHAP 2019!