11 July 09 : Experience Singapore Literature ‘Changes’
What does Singapore mean to you? Did you wish-at any point in your life- that you had been born somewhere else? Do you like how fast Singapore is changing as a nation state?
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Aimed at uncovering Singapore literature, the 2nd Episode of Experience Singapore Literature took place on 11 July and took participants on a journey to the Changi airport, Raffles Place and Armenian Street. Armed with local poems and guided by writer Cyril Wong, participants visited places reflected in the poems written by local writers, Alvin Pang, Boey Kim Cheng and Cyril Wong. The 20 participants had a fruitful sharing session as they shared their thoughts on ever-changing Singapore as well as the selected poems when the journey ended at the Imagination Room, National Library Building.