A sold-out, debut play from Amanda Chong brought audiences to tears of joy, anger and anguish, delivering rousing applause for lead actress Sindhura Kalidas for her solo performance. But not everything lived up to expectations, according to our reviewer.
Re-issued some 54 years later, Wong’s debut book of poems remains pertinent; tender and intimate in its surfacing of questions relating to alienation, belonging and being—as outsider, as Asian, as female.
The poet and his poetry spans cultures and continents, shaped by the ebb and flow of memory and migration. He speaks to and for generations of restless souls seeking identity and belonging along the shores of their lives.
Two malls take their final bow, leaving us with dreamy memories of time gone.
Since 2005, 23 Singaporean photographers have attended the workshops at the Angkor Photo Festival. Through three of their works, we learn how the Festival has offered them the space to find their artistic voices.
Far from the temples, four Singaporeans touch the lives of Cambodians and others in Siem Reap. Through their work they demonstrate to others the diversity and benevolence of Singaporeans, and offer those at home much to think about.