Dorothy, in a few of her own words… I’m active, enjoy being on the go, and value my freedom. I’m also practical and frank. I’d rather tell it as it is or hold my peace. I’m an all-rounder constantly seeking out my specialty. Honestly… As a kid, I was rather moody and easily flew into   Read More …

Inspire#13: A Sound State (Wendy Phua) | Artwork Background Credit: Wendy Phua

Wendy Phua, in a few of her own words… Though I’m a musician, I’ve always seen myself more as a creative whose craft happens to be music. Anything that touches on culture excites me, be it music, literature, art, cinema or even architecture. I’ve dabbled in all these disciplines at various points in my life,   Read More …

I have also known the burden the Lord places on my heart. The poor, the lost and the needy. And in my area of influence, music, stage and lifestyle I have noticed often how well-meaning Christians feel torn by expectations from church as well as the marketplace. Those who know me, know the situation is   Read More …

Here’s something that happened over the month that may inspire you, or maybe it won’t. But because I ‘graduated’ on a high, I am grateful for all these wonderful experiences, some of which were (wonderfully) challenging ones, I think it deserves a space to be shared. Between you (the reader) and me, I have had   Read More …

Inspire#12: The Life of A Banana (PP Wong)

PP Wong, in a few of her own words Author, editor and anthropological fly on the wall. Education in different cities I was born and brought up in the UK. First in Surrey, then London – with short periods of time in Singapore in between. I probably could write a whole book about my schooling   Read More …

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Nate, in her own words A drifter with the big P word – passion. Music is inevitably work and interest, and I have taken a step further by pursuing electronic music in DJ-ing and production. I am also now a social documentary filmmaker, when the opportunity arises. Managing artists and Redkite It all started when   Read More …

[ Refer to inspire#10: Redefining Excellence (Rachma Lim)] I first knew Rachma from the performance photos of other colleagues. I can still recall my immediate thoughts, what a good-looking spunky little girl. Now, if you have seen her pictures, you’d know i’m not just being shallow. It is true. Nor am I being rude, she   Read More …

Inspire#10: Redefining Excellence (Rachma Lim)

[also see Background to inspire#10: Redefining Excellence (Rachma Lim)] * All italics and emboldening are editor’s own Rachma, in her own words I used to think of myself as a pianist, but these days I consider myself more of an aspiring messenger for Music. I see music as an art or craft that brings joy,   Read More …

[refer to inspire#9: Wrong Town (Mark Gordon) for my interview with Mark] I always have trouble starting on the ‘backgrounds’ of these wonderful people I have the honour of ‘interviewing’, but then once I start, I don’t want to stop. Each one of these inspiring features has a sort of ‘relationship’ with me so much   Read More …

inspire#9: Wrong Town (Mark Gordon)

[also see Background to inspire#9: Wrong Town (Mark Gordon)] * All italics and emboldening are editor’s own Mark Gordon, in a few of his own words. I’ve been a professional photographer for the last 10 years, coming back to it late at the age of 50. Now I’m broadly interested in photography, film and music,   Read More …