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“I want people to come to my page and have conversations about different things.”
“I hope that my will gain more traction, and with more eyeballs on me, I can also direct more attention to the cause that I’m advocating.”
“I have to be myself for the people who follow me, so that those who look up to me can know that you can actually choose another path.”
“I believe you should use your platform to spread positivity”
“I want to make what I say count.”
“I would like to quietly make my moves and help as many people as I can.”
“I hope that the different ways that I’m creating stories or producing content will touch people. Fundamentally, I want it to come from a very personal place.”
From Lawrence Wong and Jeanette Aw to Yung Raja and Aisyah Aziz, we’re spotlighting 8 of Singapore’s most prominent artistes in our latest issue.