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Singapore Young Novelists Forum 2012

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Angkatan Sasterawan ’50 (Asas ’50) and the National Library Board (NLB) will be organising ‘Singapore Young Novelist Forum’ to celebrate Singapore young writers who have successfully published their first Malay novels following the inaugural ASAS ’50 – NAC International Residency Programme (2010-2011) supported by Darul Andalus Pte Ltd.

The programme is a discussion on the processes and experiences in writing and producing novels among young writers. This session will be very ...

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Free talk on Self Publishing

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National Book Development Council, supported by the National Arts Council invites all Asas’ 50 members and the public to this free talk on Self Publishing.

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E-books, readers and other advancements in technology have forever changed the publishing landscape making it possible for all authors to publish their work. As a result, 76% of all books published are now produced by authors independent of a publishing house.

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Rihlah : Arabs in South east Asia

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From April to October 2010, at the Exhibition Area, Level 10, National Library Building (100 Victoria Street, Singapore 188064), National Library Board is hosting an exhibition on discovering the homeland and culture of the Arabs in Southeast Asia

The Arabs have came more than six thousand kilometres away from Singapore, across the Indian Ocean, in a region in Yemen known as Hadhramaut to explore and trade in the east of the world.

In Singapore, the common names like Aljunied, Alkaff, and Alsagoff ...

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