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July 27, 2019

It’s like fire down the back of my neck, my hairline inflamed, my tongue hits my front teeth as if looking to escape. Fuck.

Fuck. 

I am gasping. Green chillies float in the bowl of noodles in front of me, my legs crossed around it. They masquerade as beans, to me - a tee...

September 27, 2018

Sometimes I have a rant on twitter. A lot of the time these are ideas that I hold dear to me, but am trying to process. Writing, saying them out loud, via the medium of social media, is a good way to do this. If they are food related I then try to do is collate and pos...

October 6, 2016

For National Poetry Day - I think this is my favourite poem. Written for my PhD, performed by three women, in cyclical fashion. Each paragraph a new voice. 

The washing is heavy, thick with water. The sun, light on her bare arms, but already full of heat.

Her body moves...

June 2, 2016

Dear Kit,

 

In regards to this comment, articulated in the Guardian piece. 

 

What you're referring to is objectification. You're objecting to objectification, which is fine. You're allowed to not like it, feel uncomfortable about it, protest against it. But, objectifying...

October 15, 2015

For TOAST magazine's October 2015 column for Yauatcha Life, I wrote a piece/poem about home, belongining and memories - and of course food! Dim sum to be exact. 

 

Listen to it here. First published on 13 October on Yauatcha Life.

 

Sundays,
My mother.
The click of the tro...

May 28, 2015

"Welcome to Dayang's chicken curry stall. Through her mother's recipe Dayang brings you the rich flavours, smells and stories of her home. Where ever home is, it isn’t far when there is a bowl of warm food in front of you."

 

We are working towards debuting our one-woman...

May 10, 2015

The wonderful photographer Ming Tang-Evans sends me inspirational things, all the time! He recently sent me this clip on Japanese photographer Daido Moriyama. Lots of great stuff, but what resonated with me was the idea of the City, and of course what is home and belon...

April 13, 2015

I am begining to write a new play about a Malaysian woman living in London (who navigates her identity through food), which has made me think about narrative...

 

These are thoughts that have been roaming around my head about narrative. Not particularly articulate, but I...

February 5, 2015

 

"...talking about food, did you hear about..?" 

 

To me, that sentence could lead to anything!

 

TALKING ABOUT FOOD is a project that begun in November 2014.

 

This is a project about the conversations and thoughts that food, wine and the location of London brings. Read bel...

January 27, 2015

To get work you need experience. To get experience you need work. The catch 22 of the art (and many other) worlds.

 

We started behind the bikeshed over seven years ago as a place for ourselves and the other performers, writers, designers to network to get experience. Wo...

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