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Review: SingLit Power House (#BuySingLit 2020)

Organised as part of the Singapore Book Council’s #BuySingLit movement 2020, the former Pasir Panjang Power Station transformed into SingLit Power House for one weekend, filling the space with exhibitions, […]

Book Review: Nimita’s Place by Akshita Nanda

Parallel narratives of an Indian grandmother during Partition and her granddaughter in modern day Singapore make for a satisfying debut.  Reading Nimita’s Place feels a little like moving in to a new […]

Preview: LumiNation by The Arts House

Coinciding with the nation’s 53rd birthday, the Arts House presents LumiNation, an all new programme showcasing a series of carefully curated events that explore just what it means to be a Singaporean. In […]