Danish writer Helle Norup, aka H.S. Norup, may have left Singapore, but her connection to the island continues through her latest children’s book, The Hungry Ghost. “I began writing it when I was still living in Singapore. I wanted to capture the vibrant atmosphere and the wonderful multicultural society,” says Helle.
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At just 16 years old, Gelyn Ong is a published author, philanthropist, and talented visual artist. Her latest project is Kidz Explore Singapore, a guidebook to the Lion City, written by kids, for kids. Gelyn has pledged to donate 100% of her royalties to the Children For Children (CFC) charity event. ANZA talked to the Raffles Girls’ School student about how the book came about.
Theresa Evanoff is the founder of Gift-It-Forward, an online invitation and gift fund platform with a charitable twist. “By sending party invitations through Gift-It-Forward, you automatically create a personal gift fund, where a portion goes towards a charity you choose, and the other portion, towards a dream group gift,” explains Theresa.
Katja Paus joined Tanglin Arts Studio as a parent in 2010 before taking on an administrative role, and eventually becoming the owner and director. Katja talks to ANZA about her fun, welcoming dance studio, located inside the Hollandse Club at Camden Park, which offers a range of movement and dance classes for kids and adults.