Posts Tagged ‘Singlish’

Singlish with Uncle Gwee: How

February 4, 2019

The following video, released on 4 February 2019, is part of a four-episode series Singlish with Uncle Gwee, produced by Yahoo! Singapore.

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Singlish with Uncle Gwee: Then

January 28, 2019

The following video, released on 28 January 2019, is part of a four-episode series Singlish with Uncle Gwee, produced by Yahoo! Singapore.

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Singlish with Uncle Gwee: What

January 21, 2019

The following video, released on 21 January 2019, is part of a four-episode series Singlish with Uncle Gwee, produced by Yahoo! Singapore.

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Singlish with Uncle Gwee: Can

January 14, 2019

The following video, released on 14 January 2019, is part of a four-episode series Singlish with Uncle Gwee, produced by Yahoo! Singapore.

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Gweek Talks Singlish on BFM89.9!

November 27, 2017

BFF89.9 – The Business Station interviewed me on 27 November 2017 about my thoughts on Singlish classes taught at The British Council.

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Spiaking Singlish: A Companion to How Singaporeans Communicate

October 6, 2017

Written and drawn by Gwee Li Sui

Published by Marshall-Cavendish Editions, 2018

Second Prize in the English (Adult) Category of the Popular Readers’ Choice Awards 2018

Spiaking Singlish

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Gweek Goes to TEDx!

November 6, 2015

I gave a talk on Singlish at the TEDxSingapore conference “The Undiscovered Country” held at the NTU Auditorium on 6 November 2015.

Gweek Gets on Indian TV!

July 24, 2015

I was the Singlish expert for “Game On Singapore”, a reality game show of India’s NDTV Good Times. My Singlish pit stop was at Actors the Jam Bar, and the episode was broadcast on 24 July 2015.

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Game On Singapore Proves to be Quite a Wild Ride for the Contestants
Game on Singapore: The Finale Will Give You the Chills

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October 30, 2011

This Singlish love poem was composed and read on the spot in response to a challenge issued during a closing debate at Singapore Writers Festival 2011.

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