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I loved that the camp touched on our moral values and weaknesses as all of us learned about the 4 moral quotients - Intelligence Quotient, Emotional Quotient, Adversity Quotient and Moral Quotient. These lessons can be applied to real life and allow us to be more sensible and kinder in the future. In one particular segment of the camp, we wrote down our weaknesses on wooden boards and even karate-chopped them to “break” those habits! This activity allowed us to reflect on our weaknesses and taught us how to overcome them to become a better person in the future.
I also loved the Station Games as it was an opportunity for us to bond as a team.
The 4Q camp was a wonderful experience and I would definitely recommend it to my friends and family. This camp killed two birds with one stone! We not only enjoyed ourselves, we also got to learn the different values along the way.
Cheong Min Hui：
The three-day two-night 4Q camp held at the Chong De Cultural Building from 31 May to 2 June was indeed a fruitful and unforgettable experience. During the camp, there were talks given by numerous volunteers explaining the 4Qs, Intelligence Quotient (IQ), Emotional Quotient (EQ), Adversity Quotient (AQ) and Moral quotient (MQ), followed by a series of activities which allowed us to put the knowledge we had learned from the talks into actions. Through the team activities, my group managed to forge a better bond with one another. I feel that the talks given are very relevant and applicable to my daily life because they teach me how to use different methods to improve myself to achieve my goals and ace my exams in school.
The skills that I have learned in this camp are also valuable as the teachings prioritized on moral values, which is something I do not get to learn a lot in school. Furthermore, the atmosphere throughout the camp had a very positive vibe as everyone was very encouraging and friendly towards one another. The volunteers and my team leaders were especially caring and were always looking out for my teammates and me.
All in all, I had a rich and memorable experience from the 4Q camp and I would recommend my peers to go for the 4Q camp.
Pang Yu Da：
When I was asked to join this camp, I was very reluctant as I would need to pack lots of stuff just for a few days. Since my two friends were willing to join, I decided to join the camp too. However, after signing up for the camp, I realized that we were placed in different groups. At that point, I did not feel like attending the camp but nonetheless I still did.
Looking back just at the transition of my group from day 1 to end of day 2 was really amazing. We started out as plain strangers and literally, no one took the initiative to speak up during the first day of camp. However, during supper in day 2, we were chatting and laughing happily after one whole day of bonding activities.
From the 4Q camp, I have learned a few things. Firstly, we must always try to speak up or we may never know what lies ahead of the current situation. Secondly, I have learned that as long as there is team spirit, a team can get anything done regardless of the number of obstacles faced by them. Thirdly, when there is trust, there will be team spirit. Everyone in the team can trust one another to help get things done as a team.