Ken Kwek

Ken Kwek is a filmmaker, playwright and novelist
Ken Kwek
Ken Kwek is a filmmaker, playwright and novelist

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Shirkers no more: three trailblazing women stake their claim on Singapore’s film legacy

A rogue director made off with their film reels when they were teenagers in the

1990s. Today, they recount and reclaim their stolen dreams in a captivating new Netflix documentary

4 Nov 2018 - 10:45PM

A rogue director made off with their film reels when they were teenagers in the

1990s. Today, they recount and reclaim their stolen dreams in a captivating new Netflix documentary

Shirkers no more: three trailblazing women stake their claim on Singapore’s film legacy
Asian Angle | Gay sex debate helped in Hong Kong. In Singapore, it made things worse

The Lion City’s discussion of a law criminalising homosexual acts has unleashed a barely disguised politics of disgust that is inflicting real damage on the mental health of LGBTI individuals

17 Oct 2018 - 10:08AM

The Lion City’s discussion of a law criminalising homosexual acts has unleashed a barely disguised politics of disgust that is inflicting real damage on the mental health of LGBTI individuals

Gay sex debate helped in Hong Kong. In Singapore, it made things worse
A tale of two #MeToos in Hong Kong and Singapore athletics

Inspired by a Hong Kong athlete’s decision to speak out about sexual abuse, Singaporean hurdler Kerstin Ong took a similar step. The response she received shows the Lion City’s sport bodies have been left on the starting blocks.

10 Oct 2018 - 2:15PM

Inspired by a Hong Kong athlete’s decision to speak out about sexual abuse, Singaporean hurdler Kerstin Ong took a similar step. The response she received shows the Lion City’s sport bodies have been left on the starting blocks.

A tale of two #MeToos in Hong Kong and Singapore athletics
Opinion | Tan Tarn How’s The Press Gang speaks an unprintable truth about Singapore’s news media

The centrepiece of the Singapore Theatre Festival forces audiences to confront this question: can anyone complain about a government’s lack of transparency when no one is willing to stick their necks out for it?

24 Jul 2018 - 7:45AM

The centrepiece of the Singapore Theatre Festival forces audiences to confront this question: can anyone complain about a government’s lack of transparency when no one is willing to stick their necks out for it?

Tan Tarn How’s The Press Gang speaks an unprintable truth about Singapore’s news media