Singapore Writers Festival: Inclusivity, sustainability and representation

At the panel Care Is Revolutionary: Towards An Inclusive, Sustainable Future were (from left) Dawn-Joy Leong, Kuansong Victor Zhuang, Tim Min Jie, Mysara Aljaru and Kristian-Marc James Paul. PHOTO: NICHOLAS YEO
Onstage (from left) translator Nguyen An Ly, moderator Hannah Ming Yit Ho, writer-translator Muna Gurung, and (on screen) writer and journalist Criselda Yabes. PHOTO: ARTS HOUSE LIMITED
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SINGAPORE – Festivalgoers gathered at The Arts House on Sunday for a thoughtful discussion on inclusivity, sustainability and care.

On the panel were writers Kristian-Marc James Paul and Mysara Aljaru, who both co-edited Brown Is Redacted: Reflecting On Race In Singapore (2022); Kuansong Victor Zhuang, who works in disability studies; and Dawn-Joy Leong, an artist who is autistic.

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