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Sunny Chen

Power puffed, totally spy, y2k nostalgia bomb, Sunny Chen eminates duality via music alterego “Sad China.” They are a do-it-all mastermind, crushing it in pop…

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Leaving Chang’e On Read

Leaving Chang’e on Read is author Jane Shi’s debut chapbook, presenting poems that cover complimentary yet diverse themes. Her pieces tap into troubled family histories,…

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Love in Public

The power of conversation, as a radical form of connection, isn’t usually at the forefront of my mind as I chat with people throughout my…

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Under Review: The Haven Podcast: HBLT

The Haven Podcast: HBLT (“Hey Baby Let’s TRANScend”) has emerged to showcase local trans artists through the easy conversational spirit of hosts Angelic, Sam, and…

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NADUH

They met me bathed in green and pink, stranded on a couch of legs. A table full of flowered balms, petals blue in green and…

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Secretly Living

The weight of dust. The tasteless, lingering sensitivity of the mouth after hot tea. The faint haze of late summer sky. Secretly Living explores a…

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Rest Days

Rest Days, a reading series which occurred on 18th July at 2pm, was designed to unite disabled and chronically ill poets in virtual space, and…

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Companion Planting Club

I’ve been trying to grow kale seeds for the better part of two months. They’ve been about four inches for about three weeks now. Nestled…

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Chinese Protest Recipes

Born in Singapore, to a Cantonese mother and a Hokkien father, meant that I grew up surrounded by a medley of flavours, dialects, traditions and…