Invisible Stories Showrunner On Singapore Social, Living In Yishun And Working With Lim Kay Tong
It’s difficult. I was at the Golden Horse Festival [where Invisible Stories had its world premiere], and when the first frame of the son came up, I heard a lot of sighs from the audience. It’s not easy. I realised it’s not easy for people to watch, especially for parents. That’s why we have to create a story that is responsible, that doesn’t exploit the very people whose stories we’re trying to tell. So that’s a very big challenge.
Coronavirus: Wife of Bangladeshi worker still in ICU gives birth to baby boy
The worker was cleared of Covid-19 and transferred out of the National Centre for Infectious Disease a few days ago, but remains in intensive care because of complications caused by the disease.. Read more at straitstimes.com.