Monthly Archives: April 2014

Excerpt 2 from “Gigi’s Graphologist & The Ngadhu Gecko”

The second part of an eleven-part series. Read Excerpt 1 first. qīng ér yì jǔ :: something easily done by Desmond Kon Zhicheng-Mingdé It’s not common for a therapist to start a session with food. Dr. Eichelberger made this another

Excerpt 2 from “Gigi’s Graphologist & The Ngadhu Gecko”

The second part of an eleven-part series. Read Excerpt 1 first. qīng ér yì jǔ :: something easily done by Desmond Kon Zhicheng-Mingdé It’s not common for a therapist to start a session with food. Dr. Eichelberger made this another

Hyenas in Petticoats

In 1998, Times Books International published the groundbreaking collection of Singaporean women’s writing More Than Half the Sky, edited by Leong Liew Geok. 16 years later, in the mid-teens of a new century, comes a new anthology of women’s writing from

Hyenas in Petticoats

In 1998, Times Books International published the groundbreaking collection of Singaporean women’s writing More Than Half the Sky, edited by Leong Liew Geok. 16 years later, in the mid-teens of a new century, comes a new anthology of women’s writing from

Excerpt 1 from “Gigi’s Graphologist & The Ngadhu Gecko”

xún xù jiàn jìn :: please take note of the proper sequence by Desmond Kon Zhicheng-Mingdé   Dr. Eichelberger had a habit of rotating his head, to get his blood circulating, he said. He did this frequently while he was

Excerpt 1 from “Gigi’s Graphologist & The Ngadhu Gecko”

xún xù jiàn jìn :: please take note of the proper sequence by Desmond Kon Zhicheng-Mingdé   Dr. Eichelberger had a habit of rotating his head, to get his blood circulating, he said. He did this frequently while he was

Second Saturdays Reading Series #2

Second Saturdays Reading Series #2 – April by Jee Leong Koh, with information and photos from Paul Rozario-Falcone (slightly revised from the Singapore Literature Festival blog) We are incredibly surprised and pleased by Monday’s news that Vijay Seshadri has won

Second Saturdays Reading Series #2

Second Saturdays Reading Series #2 – April by Jee Leong Koh, with information and photos from Paul Rozario-Falcone (slightly revised from the Singapore Literature Festival blog) We are incredibly surprised and pleased by Monday’s news that Vijay Seshadri has won

Singapore’s Favorite Poem

Teng Sijie, a Junior College student, says of Cyril Wong’s poem “Arrival”: “I love this poem, especially the lines “the drawing forth of an invisible string from the centre of your chest”, where love unravels between the speaker and his

Singapore’s Favorite Poem

Teng Sijie, a Junior College student, says of Cyril Wong’s poem “Arrival”: “I love this poem, especially the lines “the drawing forth of an invisible string from the centre of your chest”, where love unravels between the speaker and his

Second Saturdays Reading Series #1

Second Saturdays Reading Series #1 by Kimberley Lim On March 8, a living room in an intimate Upper West Side apartment was the inaugural venue for the first ever Second Saturdays reading series, a literary (and gustatory) powwow among Singaporean

Second Saturdays Reading Series #1

Second Saturdays Reading Series #1 by Kimberley Lim On March 8, a living room in an intimate Upper West Side apartment was the inaugural venue for the first ever Second Saturdays reading series, a literary (and gustatory) powwow among Singaporean

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It is par for the course that parents take photographs of their children. What happens when children take photographs of their parents, not in childish fun, but with artistic intent? The photographs from Sean Lee’s new book Two People are interesting

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It is par for the course that parents take photographs of their children. What happens when children take photographs of their parents, not in childish fun, but with artistic intent? The photographs from Sean Lee’s new book Two People are interesting