Let’s look at ‘d’ art

Here’s an essay I did for s/pore, an “e-journal (which) aims to provide a much-needed multi-disciplinary platform for the dissemination of works investigating different aspects of historical and contemporary Singapore society.”

Please don’t let the description put you off – for the current issue on disability studies, my follow contributors and I wrote in a personal, accessible and (largely) non-academic manner. (Check out the entire issue here.)

Thanks to Victor Zhuang and editors for the guidance. In my piece, I also managed to either mention or quote from sages such as Confucius, Azariah Tan, Jorain Ng, Isabelle Lim and Ramesh Meyyappan.

Ok, maybe not Confucius.


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