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.

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.

oh look! a brand new blog post for July! (and other new things)

[the title works better if you read it in my voice.  Specifically, my voice when i was about 6 years old in that video of me in Cameron Highlands, but thats another story….]  So its been nearly 7 months since I moved back to Singapore. In these months I have obtained a smart phone to … Continue reading oh look! a brand new blog post for July! (and other new things)

and the best part of coming back to Singapore is……ASIAN WOMEN

….. I mean, aside from not being the only one in the room/poetry night any more…..being part of AN ENTIRE POETRY COLLECTIVE OF THEM. This year I was inducted into a crazy, amazing and what I think I can safely say is the ONLY ALL-WOMEN spoken word troupe in Singapore: THE SEKALIWAGS. And we have a … Continue reading and the best part of coming back to Singapore is……ASIAN WOMEN

oh yeah and another thing

So I am i currently working my arse off for this freaking amazing production called Mass Hysteria, a spoken word show with 7 incredible talented women. Its on 23RD JANUARY THIS THURSDAY at the Substation an part of the Singapore Biennale. One night only, $15 per ticket. Its all about growing up in girls’ schools … Continue reading oh yeah and another thing