What does time travel have to do with immigration? One is an interesting analogy of the other, says Singaporean writer Thea Lim, who links the two in her upcoming debut novel An Ocean Of Minutes.
"When you leave a place, it often feels like you lose time," says the 36-year-old over the phone from Toronto, where she lives.
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