NTU's 1st medical batch leaves its mark with large scale art installation
To commemorate its first batch of medical undergraduates admitted in August 2013, NTU is today unveiling a 25m-long art installation made in part by the students themselves. The students, who are contributing individual ceramic pieces which signify how they see the role of medicine, studied pottery under Dr Suriani Suratman and Ms Hiroko Mita, two proteges of master potter Iskandar Jalil.
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