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WhyNot

  • WhyNot

    WHYNOT #1

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    *WhyNot is a Singapore based Chinese Literary magazine, started by a group of NTU Chinese Studies graduates. This magazine invited four renowned columnists in their fields, Ace Khong, a.k.a 小邝 (design and illustrations), Teo Kok Keong a.k.a张国强 (Fiction), Liu Xiaoyi aka. 刘晓义 (Theatre) and Dr. Hee Wai Siam 许维贤博士 (Gender studies). This volume interviewed and featured Yeng Pway Ngon (英培安), Liew Kwee Lan (艾禺) and Liang Wern Fook (梁文福), to find out the initial thoughts and driving force behind thei...

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    WHYNOT #2

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    WhyNot is a Singapore based Chinese Literary magazine, started by a group of NTU Chinese Studies graduates. This magazine invited four renowned columnists in their fields, Ace Khong, a.k.a 小邝 (design and illustrations), Teo Kok Keong a.k.a张国强 (Fiction), Liu Xiaoyi aka. 刘晓义 (Theatre) and Kho Tong Guan a.ka. 许通元 (Gender studies). Our featured interview for this volume is centered to the theme, “Fetishism X Body”. The editorial team interviewed renowned theatre director, actor and playwright: Da...

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    WHYNOT #4

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    WhyNot is a Singapore based Chinese Literary magazine, started by a group of NTU Chinese Studies graduates in 2012. For this issue, we are featuring renowned essay (散文) writers like Quah Sy Ren (柯思仁) , Tan Chee Lay (陈志锐) and Ng Wai Choy (吴韦材) as they answer questions pertaining to essays and memory. How “real” is one’s memory? How well can essays re-present these memories? Join us as we uncover the complex relationship between reality and its re-presentations! In addition, we have also includ...

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    WHYNOT #5

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    WhyNot is a Singapore based Chinese Literary magazine, started by a group of NTU Chinese Studies graduates in 2012. For this issue, our column feature articles from Liu Xiaoyi and Ng Yi-Sheng. The former shares his unique thoughts about play reviews while the latter introduces the “kink” scene in Singapore, giving readers an insight of the practices of “kinksters” in Singapore. Our feature article is LGBT-themed, and includes interviews with Boo Jun Feng (Movie), Cyril Wong (Poetry and Novel)...

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