Tamil programmes during the Writers Festival

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1) Thursday, 6 December
� � �Meet-the-Author: Lena Tamilvannan
� � 6pm – 7pm
� � Living Room
� � A well-known personality amongst the Tamil community, this
has edited a staggering 3400 books! He is also an accomplished writer
on a
range of topics. Come listen to Tamilvannan as he shares secrets of the
publishing industry, advice to young writers, his creative influences

2) Saturday, 8 December
� � �Red & White: Tomorrow and Today – A Look at Tamil Literature
� � �1pm – 2pm
� � � Earshot
� � � Featuring: KTM Iqbal, Murugadiyan, M Balakrishnan, S.P.
� � � What are the challenges facing Tamil Literature? What is its
state and how wil it remain relevant in today’s world and in Singapore?
panel involving some of Singapore’s most talented and established Tamil
writers, the ins and outs of Tamil literature will be discussed and
conversed. We invite you to find out more!!

Should you have any queries, do feel free to contact me. If not, we
forward to seeing you at our festival!!

Jau Chern

Ms Koh Jau Chern � Manager, Literary Arts � National Arts Council �
Hill Street #03-01, MICA Building, Singapore 179369 Tel: 65-67464622
65-68379536 Fax: 65-68373017

Don’t miss the literary event of the year – a vibrant celebration of
and writers! The Singapore Writers Festival 2007 presents over 130
exciting programmes from 1-9 Dec. Check out
www.singaporewritersfestival.com for more details.

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Join us in celebrating the joy of childhood at the 8th Asian Children’s
Festival from 17 to 25 Nov! Visit www.asianchildrenfest.com for more

KaalaChakra ‘Wheel of Time’ Exhibition: Learn about early Indian
in Southeast Asia from prehistoric times to 13th century AD. Exhibition
from 17 Nov 2007 to 16 May 2008, National Library, Level 10.

Drop Everything And Read (DEAR): Double up on your reading with double
loan quota from 1 Nov 2007 to 31 Jan 2008!

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