Time travelling with Ted Chiang at the Singapore Writers Festival

Science-fiction writer Ted Chiang drew a full house at his Singapore Writers Festival Keynote Talk titled Ted Chiang: Time Travel In Fiction And Physics. ST PHOTO: FELINE LIM
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SINGAPORE – Cartoon graphics and animation are handy aids when tackling the complications of time dilation and quantum physics, as writer Ted Chiang proved in his Singapore Writers Festival keynote lecture on Sunday. 

The American author known for teasing out the deeper human implications of science and technology in his speculative fiction drew a full-house crowd to the Victoria Theatre for his session, Time Travel In Fiction And Physics. 

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