Some epic things i had the honour of being a part of in 2018. So much thanks to the incredible humans I met for the first time/worked with/collaborated with/laughed with/partied with/connected with/reconnected with/who otherwise who made it happen Siao Char Bors Comedy – fulfilled a dream with Marie Wong creating a kickass monthly stand up … Continue reading 2018 in Cool Things
I changed the look of this blog for the first time since 2011! A new picture in my header that is not a picture of me from 2010! Check out the new places where some of my poems have found homes A brand new video of my Merlion Poem at the Singapore Night Festival 2016 Had an epiphany … Continue reading New Things
I have just arrived in Australia. I will be performing in different places. If you/your friends are in one of these places you & your friends could come and see me & say hi. More dates/venues to be announced soon.
ARRRGHHH ANOTHER YEAR! HAPPY NEW YEAR EVERYONE! SO EXCITING. Lots of things about to happen, or keep happening. Possible tour in another country, possibly a book! Made of Paper! Published by strangers! Also, I promise to update this blog more as things keep happening. As you may know, in addition to performing poetry I have gotten … Continue reading 2016!
so the nice people of Haque Centre of Acting And Creativity made a short film out of my poem “you are 6 years old and she is teaching you how to ride a bicycle” and its pretty freaking exciting. For the August installment of their storytelling night Metaphors Be With You: Childhood Stories. Special thanks to Kamil … Continue reading My Very First Poem-Film!
Tan Pin Pin’s film ‘To Singapore With Love’ summed up in less than 50 words: a few communists, some ex-PAP men & women, a student activist-turned-Oxford-educated lawyer, a Gaza activist and a folk singer walk into a cinema and tell their story to a camera. What they all have in common: they all want to go … Continue reading I Went to Malaysia to Watch A Film Made In Singapore About Singapore’s Political Exiles Because The Film Isn’t Allowed Be Publicly Screened in Singapore. I know right? Whoa.