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Welcome to my userpage. Below are some of the better panoramas I have stitched and they represent some of my favourite photographic work. You can visit my full Commons photo gallery here, and read more about my Wikipedian existence here. Photographs taken with: GoPro Hero 3+ Black; Mavic Pro; Mavic 2 Zoom; Phantom 3 Pro; Phantom 4 Pro; Inspire 1 Pro; Casio EZ-400; Panasonic FX8; Panasonic FX30; Panasonic FZ18; Panasonic TZ7; Nikon D60; Nikon D90; Sony Nex5n; Sony A5000 paired with DJI Phantom II; Sony Nex 6; Nikon D700; Nikon D800; Nikon D810; Nikon D850; Sony A7r; Sony A7rII; Sony A7rIII. Former and current lenses: Panasonic 7–14; Voigtlander 10; Tokina 11–16 II; Olympus 12; Sigma 12–24 II; Sony 12-24 f4; Samyang 135; Sony 135 f2.8; Nikon 14–24; Olympus 14–35; Olympus 14–140; DJI 15; Tamron 15–30; Sony 16 f2.8; Nikon 16–35; Sony 16–35 f4; Sony 16–50; Tamron 17–35; Sony 18–55; Sony 18–200 II; Nikon 18–105; Sigma 18–250; Sigma 20 f1.8; Sony 20 f2.8; Sony 21; Nikon 24–70; Nikon 24-70 VR; Nikon 24–120 f4; Sony 28; Nikon 28–300; Nikon 300 f4 PE; Nikon 35 f1.8; Sigma 35 f1.4; Nikon 50 f1.4; Sony 55 f1.8; Sony 85 f1.8; Nikon 70–200 f2.8 II; Nikon 70–200 f4; Sigma 70–300; Sony 70–300; Nikon 85 f1.8. Intrigued by: Pentax 645Z; HXD1!


Some of my Featured Pictures (Panoramas)/Challenge Winners[edit]

Featured Picture, with editing help from DXR: Panorama of Toledo, Spain
Featured Picture: Panorama of Wulingyuan, China
Panorama of Cuiping, China
Panorama of Yangshuo, China
Featured Picture: Panorama of Rocinha, Brazil
Featured Picture, with editing help from DXR: Panorama of Taipei, Taiwan

Some of my other panos[edit]

Panorama of Songzanlin, China
Panorama of Dongchuan, China
Panorama of Xinping, China
Panorama of Xijiang, China
Panorama of Bapa Dong, China
Panorama of Zhenyuan, China
Panorama of Sêrtar County, China
Panorama of Furong, China
Panorama of Wulingyuan, China
Panorama of Guilin, China
Panorama of Old Town of Lijiang, China
Panorama of Yuanyang, China
Panorama of Jiufen, Taiwan
Panorama of Yehliu, Taiwan
Aerial panorama of Toledo, Spain
Panorama of Machu Picchu, Peru
Panorama of Pisac, Peru
Panorama of Cusco, Peru
Panorama of Marseille, France
Panorama of Gordes, France
Panorama of Carcassonne, France
Panorama of Saint-Emilion, France
Panorama of Beziers, France
Panorama of Arles, France
Panorama of Grundarfjörður, Iceland
Panorama of Húsavík, Iceland
Panorama of Stykkishólmur, Iceland
Panorama of Djúpivogur, Iceland
Panorama of Borgarnes, Iceland
Panorama of Goðafoss, Iceland
Panorama of Skaftafell, Iceland
Panorama of Kotor, Montenegro
Panorama of Dubrovnik, Croatia
Panorama of Hvar, Croatia
Panorama of Julian Alps, Slovenia
Panorama of Dolomites, Italy
Panorama of Zurich, Switzerland
Panorama of Schaffhausen, Switzerland
Panorama of Lucerne, Switzerland
Panorama of Zermatt, Switzerland
Panorama of Salzburg, Austria
Panorama of Iguazu Falls, Argentina
Panorama of Rocinha, Brazil
Aerial panorama of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Panorama of Otaru, Japan
Panorama of Noboribetsu, Japan
Panorama of Oxford, United Kingdom
Panorama of Polperro, United Kingdom
Panorama of Looe, United Kingdom
Panorama of Arundel Castle, United Kingdom
Panorama of Leeds Castle, United Kingdom

[[1 dover castle aerial panorama 2017.jpg|thumb|centre|600px|Panorama of Dover Castle, United Kingdom]]

Panorama of Hong Kong, night
Panorama of Hong Kong, night
Panorama of Tai O, Hong Kong
Aerial panorama of Tai O, Hong Kong
Panorama of Clarke Quay dusk, Singapore
Panorama of State Courts of Singapore, Singapore
Panorama of CBD dusk, Singapore
Aerial panorama of Bishan Park
Aerial panorama of Sentosa
Aerial panorama of Sentosa II
Aerial panorama of East Coast Park

Other Featured Pictures[edit]

IM[edit]

International moot competition Debut/Last participated Overall result Oralist prizes Memorial prizes Notable seedings and size of field Remarks
Smu jessup moot 2013.jpg

Jessup Moot (Washington DC)

2013/2019 National round champions: 2013, 2014, 2015, 2017, 2018

International rounds champions: 2011 (exhibition), 2012 (exhibition)
International rounds 1st-runner-up: 2013, 2014
International rounds 2nd-runner-up:
International rounds quarter-finalist:
International rounds octo-finalist: 2017
International rounds 16th-finalist: 2015

National round best oralist: 2013, 2014, 2015, 2018 (2)

International rounds top 20 oralists: 2011 (exhibition; 1st), 2013 (14th), 2014 (20th), 2015 (9th), 2018 (7th and 9th)
International rounds final best oralist:

National round best memorials: 2011, 2012, 2013, 2015, 2017

International rounds Baxter prize:
International rounds Dillard prize: 2014 (3rd), 2017 (4th)
International rounds Evans prize: 2014 (5th), 2017 (5th)
International rounds: 2011 (exhibition; 2nd), 2014 (applicant; 2nd), 2017 (applicant; 2nd)

1st (2014 – 600+ teams)
5th (2013 – 600+ teams)
7th (2017 – 600+ teams)
31st (2015 – 600+ teams)
SMU reached the championship final on its international debut in 2013, becoming the youngest ever law school to do so. In reaching the championship final again in 2014, it became the youngest ever law school to reach consecutive finals.
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Willem C Vis Moot (Vienna)

2011/2019 Champions:

1st-runner-up: 2015, 2016
2nd-runner-up:
Quarter-finalist:
Octo-finalist:
16th-finalist: 2012, 2013
32nd-finalist: 2014, 2017, 2018, 2019

Best oralist: 2014 (4th)

Honourable mention: 2011, 2012 (3), 2014 (2), 2015 (2), 2016 (2), 2018 (2)

Best memorials:

Honourable mention: 2012 (2), 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2019 (2)

3rd (2014 − 290 teams; 2015 – 298 teams)
5th (2018 – 357 teams)
20th (2012 – 282 teams)
23rd (2017 – 367 teams)
25th (2013 – 290 teams)

Unknown: 2016 (333 teams)

In reaching the championship final in 2015, SMU became the first Singapore law school to do so in 13 years, and the first ever law school to reach both Vis finals in the same year. It repeated this feat in 2016.
Smu vis east moot team 2015.jpg

Willem C Vis (East) Moot (Hong Kong)

2010/2019 Champions: 2015

1st-runner-up: 2013 (Asia Pacific), 2016
2nd-runner-up: 2017, 2018
Quarter-finalist:
Octo-finalist: 2012
16th-finalist: 2014

Best oralist: 2014 (6th)

Honourable mention: 2016 (2), 2017 (2), 2018

Best memorials: 2019 (3rd)

Honourable mention: 2010, 2012, 2013, 2016 (2), 2019

6th (2014 – 99 teams; 2017 – 125 teams)
11th (2012 – 90 teams)
15th (2018) – 133 teams)
16th (2015 – 107 teams)
25th (2013 – 93 teams)

Unknown: 2016 (133 teams)

In 2015, SMU became the first Singapore law school and youngest ever law school to win this moot. In 2016, it became the first ever law school to reach consecutive championship finals.
Vis Pre-Moots (venue varies) 2010/2019
DNP 2010 to 2013 and 2016 to 2017
Champions:

1st-runner-up: 2014 (Shanghai)
2nd-runner-up:
Quarter-finalist:
Octo-finalist: 2018 (Kuala Lumpur)

Best oralist: 2014 (Shanghai)

Honourable mention: 2015 (Shanghai)

Best memorials: 2018 (Kuala Lumpur)

Honourable mention:

5th (2014 – 30 teams)
10th (2015 – 32 teams)

Unknown: 2018 (72 teams)

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Price Media Law Moot (Oxford)

2010/2019
DNP 2011
Champions: 2010, 2016, 2017

1st-runner-up: 2015, 2018
2nd-runner-up: 2013, 2019
Quarter-finalist: 2012, 2014
Octo-finalist:

Top 15 oralists: 2012 (2nd), 2013 (4th), 2015 (5th and 12th), 2017 (1st and 3rd), 2018 (4th and 5th), 2019 (8th)

Best final oralist: 2017, 2018

Best memorials: 2010, 2016, 2018 1st (2010 – 60+ teams; 2016 – 100+ teams; 2019 – 90+ teams)
2nd (2013 – 90+ teams)

Unknown: 2012, 2014, 2015, 2017, 2018 (all 100+ teams)

SMU has the best track record in this moot, having won the first of its three championships in 2010 as the first Singapore law school and youngest ever law school to win the moot.
Smu icc moot team 2016.jpg

International Criminal Court Moot (The Hague)

2015/2018 Champions: 2015, 2016, 2018

1st-runner-up: 2017
2nd-runner-up:
Quarter-finalist:
Octo-finalist:

Best oralist (side): 2018 (2nd)

Best oralist (overall): 2018 (3rd)
Best finals oralist: 2015
Best side: 2015 (Victims)

Best memorials: 3rd (2016 – 100+ teams)
6th (2015 – 100+ teams)
8th (2018 – 100+ teams)
24th (2017 – 100+ teams)
SMU has the best track record in this moot, having won the first of its three championships in 2015 as the first Singapore law school and youngest ever law school to win the moot.
Smu frankfurt moot team 2017.jpg

International Investment Arbitration Moot (Frankfurt)

2015/2019 Champions: 2017

1st-runner-up: 2015
2nd-runner-up: 2019
Quarter-finalist: 2018
Octo-finalist:

Best oralist: 2017

Best OECD side: 2017

Best memorials: 2nd (2019 – 60 teams)
3rd (2015 − 48 teams; 2018 − 61 teams)
4th (2017 – 66 teams)
In 2015, SMU became the first Singapore law school and youngest ever law school to reach the championship final; in 2017, it became the first Singapore law school and youngest ever law school to win the moot.

Fletcher International Insolvency Law Moot (venue varies)

2017/2019 Champions: 2017

1st-runner-up:
2nd-runner-up: 2018, 2019
Quarter-finalist:

Best oralist: 2017

Best final oralist: 2017

Best memorials: 2nd (2017 – 14 teams; 2018 – 18 teams) SMU has the best track record in this moot, having won its first championship in 2017 as the first Singapore law school and youngest ever law school to win the moot.
Lawasia moot smu school of law 2013.jpg

LAWASIA Moot (venue varies)

2009/2018
DNP 2010
Champions: 2013, 2014, 2016, 2017

1st-runner-up: 2009, 2011, 2012
2nd-runner-up: 2015, 2018
Quarter-finalist:
Spirit of LAWASIA: 2013

Best oralist: 2013 (1st), 2014 (1st), 2015 (1st), 2016 (2nd), 2017 (2nd), 2018 (3rd) Best memorials: 2015, 2016, 2017 1st (2013 – 30+ teams; 2014 – 30+ teams)
2nd (2009 – 30+ teams; 2011 – 40+ teams; 2015 – 30+ teams)
3rd (2017 – 40+ teams; 2018 – 40+ teams)
4th (2016 – 30+ teams)
6th (2012 – 40+ teams)
SMU has the best track record in this moot, having won the first of its four championships in 2013 as the youngest ever law school to win the moot.

Asia Cup Moot (Tokyo)

2010/2015 Champions: 2010, 2011, 2014

1st-runner-up: 2012, 2013, 2015

Best oralist: 2010 (3rd x 2), 2011 (3rd), 2012 (5th), 2013 (1st, 3rd, and 4th), 2014 (1st and 3rd), 2015 (1st and 2nd) Best memorials: 2010 (3rd), 2011 (5th), 2012 (5th), 2013 (5th) 1st (2010 – 30+ teams; 2011 – 30+ teams; 2013 – 30+ teams; 2014 – 30+ teams; 2015 – 30+ teams)
2nd (2012 – 30+ teams)
SMU is the youngest ever law school to win the moot.

Red Cross Moot (Hong Kong)

2010/2019 Champions:

1st-runner-up: 2016, 2019
2nd-runner-up: 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2018
Quarter-finalist: 2015

Best oralist: 2012 (2nd), 2014 (1st and 2nd), 2019 (1st and 3rd) Best memorials: 2010 (3rd), 2014 (3rd), 2018 (3rd), 2019 (1st and 2nd) 1st (2014 – 40+ teams; 2019 – 100+ teams)
2nd (2011 – 40+ teams)
4th (2013 – 50+ teams)
8th (2018 – 100+ teams)
SMU is the youngest ever law school to reach the championship final; a joint team with National University of Singapore was sent between 2011 and 2014.
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Private Law Moot (Sydney)

2016/2018 Champions:

1st-runner-up: 2016
2nd-runner-up: 2017, 2018

Best oralist: 2017 (1st and 2nd), 2018 (1st and 3rd) Best memorials: 2016 (1st) 1st (2014 – 12 teams; 2017 – 14 teams)
2nd (2018 – 17 teams)
SMU is the youngest ever law school to reach the championship final.

Asian Law Students Association Moot (venue varies)

2009/2018
DNP 2010 to 2013 and 2015 to 2016
Champions: 2014, 2017

1st-runner-up: 2009
2nd-runner-up:

Best oralist:

Best final oralist: 2014

Best memorials: 2017 (2) 1st (2014 – 20+ teams; 2017 – 30+ teams)
5th (2018 – 40+ teams)
SMU has the best track record in this moot, having won the first of its two championships in 2014 as the youngest ever law school to win the moot.

Nuremberg Moot (Nuremberg)

2017/2018 Champions:

1st-runner-up:
2nd-runner-up: 2017, 2018
Quarter-finalist:

Best oralist: 2017, 2018
Best memorials: 1st (2017 – 37 teams; 2018 – 119 teams)

International Maritime Arbitration Law Moot (venue varies)

2013/2018
DNP 2014 to 2015
Champions:

1st-runner-up: 2016
2nd-runner-up: 2017
Quarter-finalist: 2013, 2018
Best newcomer: 2013

Best oralist: 2018 (3rd)

Best oralist for knockouts: 2016 (3rd)
Best team in general rounds: 2017, 2018

Best memorials: 2017 (5th) 1st (2017 – 20+ teams; 2018 – 20+ teams)
2nd (2013 – 20+ teams; 2016 – 20+ teams)
SMU is the youngest ever law school to reach the championship final.

Sarin Air Law (venue varies)

2018/2019 Champions:

1st-runner-up: 2018
2nd-runner-up: 2019

Best oralist: 2018 (2nd)
Best memorials 2018 (3rd): 1st (2018 – 41 teams)
3rd (2019 – 37 teams)
SMU is the youngest ever law school to reach the championship final.

Intellectual Property (Oxford)

2017/2019 Champions:

1st-runner-up:
2nd-runner-up:
Quarter-finalist: 2019

Best oralist: Best memorials: 3rd (2019 – 60 teams) Qualified since 2017

Asian WTO Moot or WTO/FTA Moot (Seoul)

2015/2015
DNP 2016 onwards
Champions: 2015

1st-runner-up:
2nd-runner-up:

Best final oralist: 2015

Best semi-final oralist: 2015

Best memorials: Unknown SMU has the best track record in this moot, having won its first championship in 2015 as the first Singapore law school and youngest ever law school to win the moot.

Pan Asian Human Rights (Hong Kong)

2017/2017 Champions:

1st-runner-up:
2nd-runner-up: 2017
Quarter-finalist:

Best oralist: 2017 Best memorials: Unknown

Hague Choice of Court Convention Moot (Hong Kong)

2014/2014
DNP 2015 onwards
Champions: 2014

1st-runner-up:
2nd-runner-up:

Best oralist:

Best final oralist: 2014

Best memorials: Unknown SMU has the best track record in this moot, having won its first championship in 2015 as the first Singapore law school and youngest ever law school to win the moot.

Youth for Peace (Minsk)

2011/2011
DNP 2012 onwards
Champions: 2011

1st-runner-up:
2nd-runner-up:

Best oralist:

Best final oralist:

Best memorials: Unknown A joint team with National University of Singapore was sent in 2011.

CDRC (Vienna)

2017/2018 Champions:

1st-runner-up:
2nd-runner-up: 2018
Quarter-finalist: 2017

ICC Mediation (Paris)

2011/2018
DNP 2014 to 2016
Champions:

1st-runner-up:
2nd-runner-up:
Quarter-finalist:
Octo-finalist: 2013, 2014

ICC Mediation (Hong Kong)

2018/2018 Champions:

1st-runner-up:
2nd-runner-up:
Quarter-finalist:
Octo-finalist:

Best Mediation Advocacy Award: 2018

HSF Delhi Negotiation (India)

2018/2018 Champions:

1st-runner-up:
2nd-runner-up:
Quarter-finalist: 2018

Advocate Maximus (India)

2018/2018 Champions:

1st-runner-up: 2018
2nd-runner-up:
Quarter-finalist:

Other international moot achievements

  • Stetson Environmental Law Moot: 2016 regional round semi-finalist
  • DM Harish Moot: 2015 semi-finalist and best oralist (2nd); 2016 octo-finalist
  • 9th St John Street Chambers Moot: First Place (2012) (SMU student on exchange)
  • JustCite Procedural Justice Mooting Shield: First Place (2014) (SMU alumnus on BCL)
  • Asia Pacific M&A: 2017 semi-finalist
  • Cyberweek eMediation: Top Party (2010; 2014)
  • Essex-SAL: Champions (2016; 2017); Champions (joint teams with other alumni) (2013; 2014); Best Speaker (2016; 2019); 1st-runners-up (2019); Best Memorial (joint team with other alumnus) (2015)
  • Maritime Law Association of Singapore Moot: Champions (2016, 2017), 1st-runner-up (2016)
  • CIArb/New South Wales Young Lawyers Moot: Champions (2018)

Most number of international championship finals in a season

SMU set a world record by reaching eight international moot finals in a single season in 2015, a feat it bettered in 2016 when it reached nine finals. It also became the first university to successfully defend a major moot international title when it won back-to-back championships in the ICC moot in 2015 and 2016. It has reached more than five finals in a single season in the following seasons:

  • 9: 2015/16 (Vis East, Vis, Price, IHL, ICC, WTO/FTA, Maritime Asia Cup, Ashurst)
  • 8: 2014/15 (Hague Convention, Asia Cup, LawAsia, Vis East, Vis, Frankfurt, Price, ICC)
  • 6: 2016/17 (LawAsia, Fletcher, Frankfurt, Price, ICC, ALSA)

Most number of international championships in a season

SMU also holds the world record for most number of international moot championships won in a single season (5 in 2014/15). Seasons in which it has won more than three championships in a single season are:

  • 5: 2014/15 (Asia Cup, Hague Convention, LawAsia, Vis East, ICC)
  • 5: 2016/17 (LawAsia, Fletcher, Frankfurt, Price, ALSA)
  • 3: 2015/16 (Price, ICC, WTO/FTA)

Mooters with multiple international championships

A number of SMU students have also earned the rare distinction of having won multiple international championships:

  • Bethel Chan (JD'15): Asia Cup'2014; Vis East'2015 (also a Vis'2015 finalist and Essex-SAL'2017 champion)
  • Chang Zi Qian (LLB'11): Price'2010; Youth for Peace'2011
  • Foo Shihao (LLB'15): LawAsia'2013; ICC'2015
  • Tracy Gani (LLB'18): Price'2017; ICC'2018 (also IHL'2016 finalist)
  • Eden Li (LLB/BBM'16): Asia Cup'2014; Vis East'2015 (also a Vis'2015 finalist and Essex-SAL'2017 finalist)
  • Muz Omar (LLB'16): ALSA'2014; LawAsia'2014
  • Nicolette Oon (LLB'16): Asia Cup'2014; Vis East'2015 (also a Vis'2015 finalist)
  • Saw Teng Sheng (JD'17): ICC'2016; Price'2017
  • Grace Sim (LLB'15): LawAsia'2014; Vis East'2015 (also a Vis'2015 finalist)
  • Jerald Soon (LLB/BBM'16): Asia Cup'2014; Vis East'2015 (also a Vis'2015 finalist)
  • Tan Jun Hong (LLB'16): ALSA'2014; Asia Cup'2014; Vis East'2015 (also a Vis'2015 finalist, Essex-SAL'2017 finalist, and CIArb/New South Wales Young Lawyers Moot'2018 champion)
  • Nanthini Vijayakumar (LLB'15): LawAsia'2013; WTO/FTA'2015 (also a Moot Shanghai'2014 finalist)
  • Samuel Yap (LLB'15): LawAsia'2013; ICC'2015

Other local moot achievements

  • Local record for most number of local moots won by a student: Nicholas Liu'15 with 6 (Advo Cup, Attorney-General's Cup, Harry Elias, Howard Hunter, MLAS, WongP)
  • Singapore Legal Forum Moot: First Place (2009)
  • Singapore Academy of Law Jus Debate: First Place and Best Speaker (2018)