Many are skeptical whether Gen Zs are aware of their heritage and culture, but we've seen an increasing trend of content creators promoting their respective language, cultures and dialect on social media. Join in to understand the whys and hows, and pick up tips to create your own social media content by the end of the session.
Tamizh Tales was started in 2020, a few months after the pandemic began. I realised that there were so many Tamils around the world who didn't get a chance to learn their language, history, or culture. Although we lived all over the world, we had many shared experiences. Tamizh Tales is a love letter to this experience, and my culture. Tamizh Tales' tag line is 'Kadhal Thaandiya Kathaigal' (Stories that have crossed oceans', and it presents an anthology of Tamil lives.
Fadhli Fadzil merupakan mahasiswa tahun terakhir di Institusi Pendidikan Nasional, khusus dalam Pengajian dan Kesusasteraan Melayu. Fadhli mula menulis pada usia 16 dan pada 2020, beliau telah menswaterbitkan kumpulan puisi sebagai dokumentasi perjalanannya dalam Perkhidmatan Negara. Pada 2022, beliau telah memenangi Tempat Pertama dalam Pertandingan Puisi Nasional.
Fadhli Fadzil, 24, is a penultimate student from National Institute of Education, majoring in Malay Language and Literature. He began writing at the age of 16 and in 2020, he self-published a collection of poems in Malay, documenting his National Service journey.
Fadhli found growth in his writing and won First Place in National Poetry Competition 2022 for the Malay (Senior) category.
A YouTube literature channel founded by Shao Xinning and Rachelle Lee Xin Yi in 2018, Xiao Ming’s Right Brain makes Chinese-language literature fun and accessible.
Our contents range from book recommendations to literature crash courses developed in collaboration with the Singapore Ministry of Education. Through bringing diverse texts to life, we hope to grow together with our audience, share the joy of reading, and enrich the Chinese-language digital literary scene.
Preeti Nair, better known as Preetipls (Singapore’s TOP everything), is best known for her satirical comedy videos on social media. She believes that being an 'influencer' means having the opportunity to use her platform and influence to spread positive social change and raise awareness about causes that are close to her heart.