Editor’s Note: November 2018

It’s been two weeks since the start of our exhibition, and the response has been nothing short of amazing. We’d like to take this month’s Editor’s Note to thank all of you who took time out of your schedule to drop by, whether for our curated programmes or even just for a short bit while browsing at the library!

Here are a few photos we took along the way that we thought you’d like to look back upon:

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Lim Li Kok, Managing Director of Asiapac Books, speaking to a lovely crowd at our opening party.
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Comic artist Patrick Yee browsing through our original artwork archives at our opening party. These documents go a long way back!
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Chairman of the Indonesia Comic Society Rizqi Rinaldy Mosmarth drawing on our doodle wall. Come see how it looks like today!
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Comic artist Wee See Heng and a bubbly group of kids after his Kids Make Comics workshop!

The exhibition’s still going on until 9 December 2018, so make sure you don’t miss it! It’s easily located at the Level 8 Promenade of the National Library Building. Check out below for our upcoming events:

Saturday, 1 December 2018 — Book Discussion: Chinese Classics in Comics
We introduce readers to the rich legacy of classic Chinese literature and discuss two new comic books, Journey to the West and Hua Mulan.

Sunday, 2 December 2018 — Workshop: Kids Make Comics (Eng)
You can be a comic artist too! In this introductory workshop, comic artist Zaki Ragman will teach students the basic concepts and skills for creating comics. Recommended for children aged 7–16 years old.

Saturday, 8 December 2018 — How to Publish a Comic Book
Ever thought about publishing your own comic book? Curious as to what goes on behind the scenes of a publishing firm? Join us for an interactive seminar with veteran publisher Lim Li Kok to find out more. Recommended for creatives in art and media.

Sunday, 9 December 2018 — Launch of Asiapac Books Reading Circle
Readers young and old are welcome to join our monthly reading group on Asian culture, history, and philosophy. Bring your favourite comic book to talk about!

Full details on Facebook or Eventbrite.

As the exhibition draws near to its last week, we’re really hoping for this opportunity to meet all our loyal readers and supporters. Please do come by and say hello!

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