A Quick Review of 2015


It was a more streamlined year in terms of work. This project took up most of 2015, but I also did a sprinkling of editorial work and continued to get two more books out for The Adventures of Squirky the Alien series. Through a few story assignments this year, I’ve discovered that I really enjoy writing about the arts, and hope to develop more in this area.

2014 had been a truly blessed year where everything seemed to be happening at once. I had so much fun, but this 2015, I felt I had to pace myself slower and deliberately create pockets of space to regroup and reflect. This helped me better manage the everything-happening-at-once phases (most of the time). I didn’t set out to do all that I had hoped to do this year, but I think that there’s been more awareness in the things I do, think and say. I hope this continues in the year ahead!


  • Travel+Leisure (Southeast Asia)
  • The A List
  • Conde Nast Traveler China


  • Media productions for the Indian Heritage Centre and the National Museum of Singapore on behalf of M’GO Films


  • Course Chair for Writing for Print and Emerging Media and Creative Advertising and Copywriting
  • Instructor for Media Management and Discourse: Critique and Evaluation
  • Assessment Writer for Discourse: Critique and Evaluation, Writing for Print and Emerging Media and Media Management


  • Set up and ran the ORO Editions booth at the World Architecture Festival


  • The Adventures of Squirky the Alien #3: Who is the Red Commander? (MPH Publishing)
  • The Adventures of Squirky the Alien #4: Where is My Mama? (MPH Publishing)


  • Squirky storytelling at MPH Nu Sentral, Kuala Lumpur
  • Squirky storytelling at Books Kinokuniya Singapore
  • Squirky storytelling with TOUCH Adoptive Families Network
  • Squirky storytelling with OrphanCARE Malaysia
  • Squirky storytelling at Bukit Timah Community Club
  • Squirky book launch at Asian Festival of Children’s Content
  • Squirky art jam at Superhero Me Festival
  • Panel speaker at UN Women Singapore Committee’s An Inclusive Future: Gender Equality in Children’s Stories.

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