“It is not necessary to argue over something so insignificant, our journey together is so short.” – Unknown by Lai Jia En Amazing Grace by Aaron Fong, THG Alumnus on violin and guitar “Why did you buy these crackers? We are on a raw food diet, and you know that well!” Mum yells. […]Read more "Love"
By Shauna Trinidad October 6th, 2000, Falconwood, London. Would it surprise you, my dear diary, to learn that I used to wish I didn’t have a sister? Would it surprise you, even more, to learn that I used to wish I wasn’t a twin? Yes, yes, gasp all you like, but please—don’t get me wrong. […]Read more "From the Diary of Ilana Grey"
by Owen Ngeow Amazing Grace by Aaron Fong, THG Alumnus on violin and guitar Sergeant Pyotr Ivanovich Kuznetsov The Germans attacked us on Tuesday morning with tanks, and broke through the first layer of defences. They did not look like the Wehrmacht we were used to fighting. They wore different uniforms, and they […]Read more "Friend in the Motherland"
by Angel Chew Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls! Very soon you will be launched into a story of a boy, a talking mynah, a boat called the Dream, and a gigantic floating roc, all adrift at sea. But now, let us have a quick run-through about why—and how—he got there. The boy was a […]Read more "The Gigantic Floating Roc"
A “Write-a-Fairytale” Contest Winning Entry by Noel Fong, 2012 A long, long time ago, on the island of Pulau Blakang Mati, between the tall mountains, Everrush and Restmore, rested the city of Qwerty. This city was a small one and was concealed in the valley of Seft, but there was one thing about it that made it stand out. […]Read more "The Booty and The Beast"
The results are out! THG appreciates the efforts of the writers, many in the midst of PSLE preparations. We hope they enjoyed the interactive play with their families, especially Sean Lim who got to be the King for the day. The winning stories will be published in the next couple of issues, in no particular ranking. […]Read more "“Write-a-Fairytale” Contest – Results and Photos"
A “Write-a-Fairytale” Contest Winning Entry by Matthew Tan Part 1: The Dilemma Once upon a time, in the age and era of live boxes, there was a Box man. His length was a mere one metre tall and his width, forty centimetres wide. His body consisted of a box with a head and four protruding limbs; his body, was a box that […]Read more "It’s Your Choice"