july, 2018

22jul6:00 pm- 7:00 pmDoesn't Matter That We Are Strangers6:00 pm - 7:00 pm 90 Goodman Road, Blk E, #03-32, Singapore 439053

Event Details

A work-in-progress spoken word performance and dialogue at Scope#2, a free programme on 21-22 July by dance and non-dance artists. https://www.facebook.com/dancenucleus/

Original poetry and personal storytelling incorporating music and movement with post-show dialogue to extend the themes explored through discussion and exchange. May include some or all of the following: creativity and well-being, mental health, safety in and through art, midlife transition, volunteering for people living with HIV, suicide bereavement and loss, death and dying, human trafficking, stigma, gender and sexuality.

Attendance is free, however I request for no food and drinks to be consumed except water in closed bottles during the event, and no recordings audio, visual or videography unless pre-arranged with me before the performance.

Michelle Chua Li Ping (蔡丽萍) wrote a book of poems about the wind chimes on her balcony. Michelle uncovered her Teochew Peranakan roots during Chinese New Year, igniting an exploration of memory, language and identity. She feels blessed with her name 丽萍 Li Ping, which means “flowing with beauty and life”.

Michelle holds a BA in Communications Studies from Murdoch University, Western Australia. A Singaporean, she currently performs as a jazz singer and spoken word artist in Singapore and Malaysia, with past performances in Thailand and Timor-Leste. She also teaches spoken word to teenagers.

Ticket Price: free admission


(Sunday) 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm


Goodman Arts Centre

90 Goodman Road, Blk E, #03-32, Singapore 439053

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