What truly unites a people or a country? What is the cost and the process of this unification? How much of it is embedded in shared trial and tragedy?
Anne Lee Tzu Pheng’s iconic poem, “My Country and My People” (1976) invites us to consider the costs and cruelties of imperialism and colonisation, the compromises of national development and the sacrifices of economic ambition.
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We invite you to consider the iconic poem “My Country and My People”, and respond to our call for proposals across all genres for Fringe 2020: My Country and My People
When: 8 Feb - 1 Mar 2019, - noon, Singapore time