Representing Singapore

Representing SingaporeA big thank you to Drs Edna Lim and Philip Holden for having Agagooga and myself at 10am in the morning, guest lecturing at NUS as part of the English Language & Literature Department’s ‘Representing Singapore‘ module. It was fun. (Thanks are in order to Agagooga and his fabulous Powerpoint skills too, or else I’d have been stuck for an hour trying to figure out how to set the slides up.)

Representing SingaporeIf you’ve come here after attending that lecture, forget everything you’ve just been told about the blog being a constructed facsimile of one’s identity, and just read everything here at face value, ok? Can?

iTunes is playing an illegal copy of Hay Que Entrarle a Palos a Ése (You’ve Got to Teach Him a Lesson) from the album “Buenos Hermanos” by Ibrahim Ferrer of which I have the original CD.

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22 thoughts on “Representing Singapore”

  1. gosh!!! my friends and I heard you were coming to NUS and we said(a long time ago) that we wanted to crash this particular lecture and NOW WE MISSED IT!! ARGGGG!!

  2. gosh!!! my friends and I heard you were coming to NUS and we said(a long time ago) that we wanted to crash this particular lecture and NOW WE MISSED IT!! ARGGGG!!

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  4. i’m impressed with your presentation… and it’s my turn next week for class presentation ..on the same topic… hell-.-

    i like this (quote)
    “blog – a constructed facsmile”
    and of course
    “too good to be true”

    haha

  5. i’m impressed with your presentation… and it’s my turn next week for class presentation ..on the same topic… hell-.-

    i like this (quote)
    “blog – a constructed facsmile”
    and of course
    “too good to be true”

    haha

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  8. I thought they were great guest lecturers.They were witty and the lecture was really interesting and great fun.Ya and i agree NUS students are pretty dead haha.

  9. I thought they were great guest lecturers.They were witty and the lecture was really interesting and great fun.Ya and i agree NUS students are pretty dead haha.

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