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Unequal Partnership

Are double bills the fashion nowadays? Directed by up-and-coming 20-year old director Goh Fung Shuan,…

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No Higher Love

Spending a Friday night out with two unmarried, middle-aged Englishmen who still live with their…

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The Pied Piper of Penang

The first question Janet Pillai asks me when she sees me is: “Have you finished…

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Not In The Mood

I have nothing against the Chinese. After all, I myself am half chink. But every…

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The Merlion Spouts

Recently, I attended the Singapore Writers Festival (SWF) as an invited writer. Objectivity is very…

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Waiting for Kok Man

Written in 1952, at a time when Europe was intellectually paralysed by World War Two,…

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Rocket Men Pt. 2

This article is a continuation of a series of emails exchanged between singer-songwriters Shanon Shah…

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Rocket Men Pt. 1

We invited Shanon Shah, winner of the Kakiseni Most Promising Young Artist Award 2003, and…

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Empire Writes Back

Dear Mumsy, You wouldn’t believe some of the things I’ve seen here in the big…

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Feeding Art to Orphans

As many local arts practitioners know extremely well, funding for the arts is a big…

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20 Years of Uncertainty

Five Arts’ humble beginning in 1984 was a dismal time. According to co-founder and veteran…

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A Jakarta Romance

It was meant to be a holiday. When local theatre/film producer Lorna Tee, Options journalist…

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Island Fever

You know what? I’m sick of reviewing. So, instead of a review, I’ve decided to…

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Where’s the Jazz??

The late jazz trumpeter Miles Davis said that writing about music is like dancing about…

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The Long Road to Chow Kit

In the April issue of Klue magazine hype surrounding the Chow Kit Arts Fest earned…

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Drum Drama!

While it was no surprise that Hands Percussion would attract a full house on the…

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Drumming Up a Storm

For most Malaysians, including myself, Chinese drums are inextricably linked to Chinese New Year celebrations.…

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Joe Kidd: Unclogging the Underground

For much of the past decade, the Terengganu-born 37-year-old Joe Kidd has dedicated himself to…