on May 4th at 630pm I’ll be interviewing Sonny Liew in Raffles Place, Singapore.
Sonny’s graphic novel, “The Art of Charlie Chan Hock Chye”, was arguably Singapore’s most important book in 2015. The Economist called it a “brilliantly inventive work” that “does not shy away from controversial periods in the nation’s history.”
We’ll be talking about Singapore’s history, life as an artist, political storytelling through graphic novels, and much else.
Spaces are limited, so please do register here. Event is co-hosted by the Berkeley Club of Singapore and the Harvard University Association of Alumni in Singapore (HUAAS).
Tickets are available for alumni and non-alumni (“friends of”).
Hope to see you then.
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Hi Sudhir thanks for letting us know. I’m afraid I’m unable to make it. Hope the event goes well. Coincidentally, 4 May is also the day in 2011 when PM Lee apologised to voters, not that it prevented the loss of Aljunied.