Monthly Archives: March 2016

Charlie Chan Hock Chye in New York!

NYT bestseller The Art of Charlie Chan Hock Chye, a graphic novel by Singaporean Sonny Liew will be making its long-awaited appearance in NYC. Through the fictional portrait of an artist-citizen, Liew creates a dazzling mirror of a country’s tumultuous

Charlie Chan Hock Chye in New York!

NYT bestseller The Art of Charlie Chan Hock Chye, a graphic novel by Singaporean Sonny Liew will be making its long-awaited appearance in NYC. Through the fictional portrait of an artist-citizen, Liew creates a dazzling mirror of a country’s tumultuous

SPOMENIK

They loom over the landscape of the Balkans, the spomeniks, the few of them left over from a ghost country of an earlier era. Commissioned by the former Yugoslavian President Josip Tito, these gigantic free-standing structures commemorated the sites of

SPOMENIK

They loom over the landscape of the Balkans, the spomeniks, the few of them left over from a ghost country of an earlier era. Commissioned by the former Yugoslavian President Josip Tito, these gigantic free-standing structures commemorated the sites of

Foolish Questions – The Poetry of Stanley Moss

Review: Stanley Moss, It’s About Time (Hopewell, 2015 and Carcanet, 2016), 176 pages.                 The opening poem of this new collection by Stanley Moss is a searing, and unapologetically American, take on day-to-day

Foolish Questions – The Poetry of Stanley Moss

Review: Stanley Moss, It’s About Time (Hopewell, 2015 and Carcanet, 2016), 176 pages.                 The opening poem of this new collection by Stanley Moss is a searing, and unapologetically American, take on day-to-day

The Rain Must Be Softer in Cardiff

Cardiff by Stephanie Ye You change out of your school uniform into street clothes in the Bishan station washroom, then take the MRT to Lavender. Ten stops, one transfer. The east-bound train is packed, people’s folded umbrellas dripping water onto

The Rain Must Be Softer in Cardiff

Cardiff by Stephanie Ye You change out of your school uniform into street clothes in the Bishan station washroom, then take the MRT to Lavender. Ten stops, one transfer. The east-bound train is packed, people’s folded umbrellas dripping water onto

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Alternative Dimension

Singaporean artist Maureen Hoon is showing her latest works at Project: ARTspace, a gallery on lower 5th Avenue, NYC. Titled “Alternative Dimension,” the show displays Hoon’s sustained explorations into perception, boundaries, and dislocations. She has always been interested in the

/ Art

Alternative Dimension

Singaporean artist Maureen Hoon is showing her latest works at Project: ARTspace, a gallery on lower 5th Avenue, NYC. Titled “Alternative Dimension,” the show displays Hoon’s sustained explorations into perception, boundaries, and dislocations. She has always been interested in the

2nd Singapore Literature Festival in NYC (Sep 28 – Oct 1, 2016)

  Dear Friends, We are excited to announce the return of Singapore Literature Festival in New York City. The theme this year is Singapore Unbound. Started in 2014, the biennial festival brings together Singaporean and American authors for in-depth conversations

2nd Singapore Literature Festival in NYC (Sep 28 – Oct 1, 2016)

  Dear Friends, We are excited to announce the return of Singapore Literature Festival in New York City. The theme this year is Singapore Unbound. Started in 2014, the biennial festival brings together Singaporean and American authors for in-depth conversations