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Date:   16 February, 2010  
Focus: Small animals - dogs, cats, hamsters, guinea pig & rabbits.

Toa Payoh Vets Clinical Research
Making veterinary surgery alive
to a veterinary student studying in Australia
using real case studies and pictures

Two educational videos to bring
veterinary surgery alive to
 veterinary undergraduates
Dr Sing Kong Yuen, BVMS (Glasgow), MRCVS.
Update:  16 February, 2010

Excerpts from the book, "How your puppy can live longer."  Dr Sing Kong Yuen 
Be Kind To Pets
Veterinary Education
Project 2010-0129
Feb 14, 2010

Hi Dr Sing!
These are the two videos!
(Carnaissal Tooth Abscess Surgery)
and Happy New Year once again! Take care! (:
Feb 16, 2010
Dear Daphne

Many thanks for spending time to create the 2 videos.

Here in Singapore, your parents and I hope that you will study hard and graduate with top honours. Your parents' dreams will come true if you focus and work hard.  

As at 2010, Singapore's parents have to pay from S$250,000 to support a child studying veterinary medicine for 5 years in Australia.

A father whose son is studying his first year in Queensland University just told me that an Australian citizen gets paid to study veterinary medicine. The child pays back later when he gets a job. In such a situation, many bright youths can achieve their aspirations to be a vet even if they come from humble backgrounds. 
Be Kind To Pets
Veterinary Education
Project 2010-0129

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