The first excerpt from Keepers of the Flame, coming soon.
Singapore’s CMIO model is a blunt instrument. But it also underpins many of Singapore’s policies. It is easy to talk about dropping CMIO, but the real question is what policymaking tool provides a better way — and what are the costs of such a tool.
Grace Chia alleges gender bias in the Singapore Literature Prize, and in writing in general. There is privilege — but of a different kind.
Following my interview with Channel NewsAsia, I elaborate on my experiences as an independent writer and the lessons to be learned here.
Over the past few days, I’ve tweaked the website’s ecommerce experience, combining the bibliography and bookstore pages. On the bibliography page, you’ll find a complete bibliography of my works, as well as links to different categories of fiction. On each dedicated category page, where possible, you’ll also find links to Sellfy, Gumroad and CoinLock, These links […]
I will be appearing on live TV on Channel News Asia on 3 November, 8.50 am to discuss trends in self-publishing.
I’ve written a guest post for the Domain of Singapore Tutoring Experts. Here’s a short excerpt.
Take a step away from the controversy surrounding Focus on the Family, and instead use the opportunity to think about a new model of sexuality and relationship education to meet the needs of youths.
Diversity of choices and experience matters. Diversity of race, or of any other innate characteristic, is reverse bigotry when irrelevant.
Many things went wrong at Hong Lim Park. The activists could have acted and communicated in a way perceived to be respectful of others, instead of ploughing ahead and making themselves look bad.