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Wong Koi Tet

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Wong Koi Tet

Wong Koi Tet started writing in his teens, published a collection each of poetry and prose, and then became a journalist. He quit journalism to pursue his master’s and wrote a series of short stories that integrated real historical events in a fictional framework. His stories explore the body as a social and cultural metaphor and the anxieties and obsessions of the common man in the face of change. Koi Tet currently lectures at the Nanyang Technological University of Singapore.

Articles by Wong Koi Tet

Black Panther
By Wong Koi Tet
One thought occupied his mind all this time: that he might not have a son to perform his last rites.
Translated from Chinese by Hong Xinyi, Lee Chee Keng & Tina Sim
I Went to See Her, Pa
By William Phuan
I bent down, cupping my hand over my eyes, as if shielding them from the sun, and I whispered to him, “I went to see her, Pa. I went to see her.” * The last time I visited him, he didn’t…
Translated from Maltese by Wong Koi Tet
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