Category Archives: Memoir

Whose Home?

Review of And the Walls Come Crumbling Down by Tania De Rozario (Singapore: Math Paper Press, 2016), 123 pages by Siham Karami                 The title of this compelling memoir, an allusion to the

Whose Home?

Review of And the Walls Come Crumbling Down by Tania De Rozario (Singapore: Math Paper Press, 2016), 123 pages by Siham Karami                 The title of this compelling memoir, an allusion to the

Nothing Holds Water These Days

Pack (from And The Walls Come Crumbling Down) by Tania De Rozario   It’s rainy season by the time I’ve booked my flight and the weather is seeping into every aspect of my life. Above and around the house, it

Nothing Holds Water These Days

Pack (from And The Walls Come Crumbling Down) by Tania De Rozario   It’s rainy season by the time I’ve booked my flight and the weather is seeping into every aspect of my life. Above and around the house, it

Walking on Fire

M Ravi is a name both loved and hated in Singapore. A lawyer who has been involved in some of the most high profile constitutional challenges, he has argued against the mandatory death penalty, and argued for the right to

Walking on Fire

M Ravi is a name both loved and hated in Singapore. A lawyer who has been involved in some of the most high profile constitutional challenges, he has argued against the mandatory death penalty, and argued for the right to

A Star-Lovely Art

Not many Singaporean writers deserve the accolade of literary pioneer as much as Goh Poh Seng (1936 – 2010). He wrote what is now widely recognized as the first Singaporean novel in English, If We Dream Too Long. He was

A Star-Lovely Art

Not many Singaporean writers deserve the accolade of literary pioneer as much as Goh Poh Seng (1936 – 2010). He wrote what is now widely recognized as the first Singaporean novel in English, If We Dream Too Long. He was

The Art of Nonya Cooking

Growing Up in a Nonya Kitchen: Singapore Recipes from My Mother is a cookbook and more. The book by Sharon Wee, a Singaporean who lives in New York now,  is also a memoir, a record of the life, and meals,

The Art of Nonya Cooking

Growing Up in a Nonya Kitchen: Singapore Recipes from My Mother is a cookbook and more. The book by Sharon Wee, a Singaporean who lives in New York now,  is also a memoir, a record of the life, and meals,