HELPING THE INVISIBLE: THE ASIA MALARIA IMAGES EXHIBITION

Malaria is long thought of as an African problem. Yet close to home, in the Asia-Pacific region, over 2 billion Asian lives are at risk of endemic malaria. Tens of millions to possibly hundred of millions get infected, and tens to hundreds of thousands die from the disease each year. These staggering figures go unreported…

Capturing The Face Of Malaria In Asia

Malaria victims in Asia are usually poor, isolated and voiceless. It’s as if these people don’t truly exist. However, the situation there is steadily improving, with the help of Singaporean photographer Pearl Gan. As part of her effort to raise awareness and educate people about the dangers of malaria, Pearl has teamed up with professor…

A journey into the minds of two mad men

I walked through the mind-scape of two legendary artists, getting a chance to see their processes at two exhibitions currently at the new Art & Science Museum. Dali: The Mind of a Genius Dali’s showcase was a little “spacious”, with exhibits seemingly employed desperately to fill the arena. But I enjoyed getting to know more…