Sikit-Sikit Lama-Lama Jadi Bukit
DATE / TIME
11 Nov, Sat
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
VENUEThe Arts House, Gallery II
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This session is in English
Featuring: Annaliza Bakri
Published by: Math Paper Press
Sikit-Sikit Lama-Lama Jadi Bukit is an anthology that revisits the ‘lost’ places in Singapore and history by attempting to capture or recreate memories of places and times gone by. Featuring contributions from a mix of award-winning poets such as Mohamed Latiff Mohamed, Suratman Markasan and Abdul Ghani Abdul Hamid, as well as young talents such as Noorhaqmal M Noor and Zulfadli Rashid, this anthology bears witness to the challenges and concerns of our society.
Annaliza Bakri adalah seorang pendidik dan penterjemah. Beliau percaya bahawa karya sastera boleh menjadi suara subliminal yang memupuk pemahaman, kesedaran dan kecelikan mendalam tentang masa lalu, masa kini dan masa depan. Seorang pejuang karya yang dihasilkan dalam bahasa kebangsaan Singapura, beliau amat percaya kepada kesaktian seni terjemahan, di mana warisan bersama dan keadaan saling bertemu mendukung perikemanusiaan. Terjemahan puisi Melayu beliau telah diterbitkan oleh jurnal Prairie Schooner yang bertempat di Amerika Syarikat dan juga terbitan Singapura Text in the City (Teks di Kota).
Annaliza Bakri is an educator and translator. She believes that literary works could be the subliminal voice that cultivates greater understanding, awareness and consciousness of the past, present and future. An ardent advocate of works that are beautifully penned in Singapore’s national language, she strongly believes in the divine art of translation, where shared heritage and mutual discovery promote humanity. Her translations of Malay poems have been published by US-based journal Prairie Schooner and Singapore’s Text in the City.Annaliza Bakri is featured in the following SWF event(s):
Zulfadli Rashid, or ‘Big’ as he is known to his peers, has explored diverse issues pertaining to the Singaporean person in his works. He has written and adapted numerous plays staged by various companies and freelance performers, presented at various notable arts festivals. Besides playwriting, he also dabbles in poetry recitals and performance art. Zulfadli hopes to work with artists across disciplines, languages, cultures, and nationalities, and to create works that will entertain, enlighten, and inspire.Zulfadli Rashid is featured in the following SWF event(s):