Busking for love of music in Toy Factory's A Silent Hour

Busker and SIM student Yee Kien (right), is working with Toy Factory Production's associate artistic director Stanley Seah (left) on a performance about buskers in Singapore, on March 21, 2019.
Busker and SIM student Yee Kien (right), is working with Toy Factory Production's associate artistic director Stanley Seah (left) on a performance about buskers in Singapore, on March 21, 2019.ST PHOTO: KEVIN LIM

SINGAPORE - What makes a 22-year-old start busking on the streets of Punggol?

University student Lee Yee Kien performs for love of music, rather than to earn money. "The money's just a bonus," says Lee, who presents his music and story in the one-man show A Silent Hour on April 5 and 6 at a shophouse space in Smith Street.

Please or to continue reading the full article. Learn more about ST PREMIUM.

Enjoy unlimited access to ST's best work

  • Exclusive stories and features on multiple devices
  • In-depth analyses and opinion pieces
  • ePaper and award-winning multimedia content