A 4th generation Singaporean born and raised in Tampines, Boon Ping is a multi-disciplinary artist turned urban planner, who is passionate about maps and urban planning.

As a researcher in the Centre for Liveable Cities (CLC), Boon Ping is involved in local master planning and urban design studies. He works closely with various government agencies and the community to improve local planning and development coordination within Tampines New Town and Choa Chu Kang New Town for the "Reimagining Tampines” and “Reimagining Limbang” projects.

Prior to joining CLC, Boon Ping was an urban planner in Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA) and Singapore Land Authority (SLA). As an urban planner, Boon Ping was involved in the planning process of shaping the urban landscape of Singapore. Some of the master planning proposals that he worked on includes the Springleaf study area, the former Bukit Timah Turf Club area, Bidadari Estate, Punggol Northshore neighbourhood, Sungei Tampines ABC project, relocation of Seletar Airport passenger terminal and the MRT North East Line extension.

Boon Ping graduated from Nanyang Technological University (NTU) School of Art, Design & Media (ADM) with a Bachelor of Fine Arts (Honours) in Visual Communication. Trained as a graphic designer, Boon Ping designed several publications and corporate collaterals that explores on memories and local socio-cultural topics. Majority of his artistic works utilized cartography to express memories and imagination.

Boundless Petrol Portfolio Blog
This portfolio blog showcases some of my works completed during my school days at ADM.

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Boon Ping (Wenbin)

Birthday: 11.12.1985
Hometown: Tampines, Singapore
Blood: B+

Height: 174cm (5.7ft)
Weight: 71kg (156.5lbs)
Shoulder: 46.5" (118cm)
Chest: 40" (101cm)
Waist: 30.5" (77cm)
Hip: 32.5" (82.5cm)
Leg: 39" (99cm)
Feet: 27cm (UK8 / US9 / EU42)

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