I have written for print and online publications, including Mediacorp’s TODAY newspaper, Jumpstart Magazine (Hong Kong-based) and Meld Magazine (Melbourne-based).
I frequently write topics such as lifestyle, entertainment and event reviews. Contact me at email@example.com.
TODAY Newspaper (Freelance)
A Singapore daily newspaper with a focus on local and international news. It has a readership of 537,000.
I wrote gift guides in the lifestyle section.
ABC Australia Plus (Freelance)
My viral article (30,000 views) initially published on Meld Magazine was republished in Australian Broadcasting Corporation’s English and Indonesian publications.
Jumpstart Magazine (Freelance)
A Hong Kong-based online magazine focused on entrepreneurship and the startup culture in Asia, which reaches 7,000+ visitors per month.
I interviewed and wrote about startup companies and attended events.
Onya Magazine (Freelance)
A Melbourne-based online magazine about Arts and Culture in Australia, which reaches 30,000 visitors per month. I wrote event reviews and showcases.
Meld Magazine (Oct 2013 – Sept 2015)
A Melbourne-based online magazine catering to the international population in Melbourne, which reaches 45,000 visitors per month. I wrote articles relating to political news, technology and lifestyle.
I was also a production editor, and created weekly newsletters.
Reebonz Pte Ltd (Dec 2011 – Mar 2012)
A Singapore-based retail website for luxury goods, based on the idea of “affordable luxury”. I was a technical writer, and wrote descriptions of the goods in a promotional context. I also contributed to the in-house magazine The Edit (now renamed Edit Bites).
CLEO Singapore (Sept 2007 – Oct 2007)
A monthly women’s magazine by SPH Magazines Pte Ltd (Singapore) with a circulation of 101,000. As an intern, I wrote a feature story (below) and wrote several beauty articles. I also researched stories for the beauty editor, secured vox pop interviews and handled photoshoots.
Teens Crossroad (Freelance)
An in-house magazine aimed at teenagers by Darul Arqam Muslim Convert’s Association (Singapore). The quarterly magazine is aimed at promoting arts, sports, social action and technology among youths.