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The world’s order is not by the right or the left but by identity. (Francis Fukuyama) A Curse in Diversity Indonesia has gained its demographic bonus for more than a decade as its population of produc...
We are straddling an incredible pandemic that has changed how we interact with each other, how we imagine solidarities and what transnationalism means to us. This is an existential crisis that three g...
Whereas many of us who have worked from Taiwan are familiar with or have worked with Asia Art Archive in Hong Kong before, we may know less about its sister institution AAA in India. Based in New Delh...
在尼泊爾帕坦走了一天 Cheng, Fiona aanoifY. S. Lim (copyeditor)
Art Production
April 19th, 2021
Same as Bangladesh, the lockdown in Nepal began before the outbreak. While the villagers in remote areas still remain unknown to the concepts of coronavirus, the authority had already imposed the firs...
It is more than a year now since the release of Ryan Coogler’s Hollywood blockbuster film Black Panther, in early 2018, and the spell it cast lingers. Nearly every conversation on the reinvention of A...
As working in the field of “migrant workers”, each time I attend to events of them, such as a book launch, concert, beauty pageant, community reunion, etc, the opening ceremonies include s...
從新加坡地景釋放的文學 K. Kangalatha盧明威Sebastian Susilo (中譯)
January 6th, 2021
Tamil literature, culture, and lifestyle have always been strongly influenced by the geography of the homeland. It is only in Singapore that Tamils first found their literary inspiration became detach...
新加坡酷兒文學概論 Ng Yi-Sheng盧明威Sebastian Susilo (中譯)
January 6th, 2021
On 27 August 2020, Marylyn Tan / 陈瑞琳 became the first woman poet to win the Singapore Literature Prize. Less than an hour after her victory, this news was broadcast online by the country’s leading Eng...
In the year 1841, a Malay-speaking scribe in Singapore named Abdullah Bin Abdul Kadir wrote about his visit to the Sesostris, a British ship laying in harbor on its way to China. In lively prose, Abdu...