– 草根书室经营者 Owner, Grassroots Book Room
– 澳洲国立戏剧学院导演系毕业 Graduate, Directing Program, National Institute of Dramatic Art, Australia
– 新加坡国家艺术理事会青年艺术奖得主 National Arts Council Youth Artist Award Winner
– 剧场工作中兼任导演及编剧 Playwright & Director
– 前联合早报副刊编辑 Former Sub-Editor, Lianhe Zaobao
D-KPO aims to create memorable arts experiences, enriching dialogues, meaningful connections, turning good ideas into great ideas and inspire people to care about one another and the environment they live in. D-KPO has organized “Tell me an (Ang Mo Kio) Story”, a community photography project commissioned by “Arts in Your Neighbourhood” by National Arts Council in March this year. The founding members are Wong Han Juan and Linda Wee.
Han Juan began her career in arts administration in 1988, which has encompassed production management, arts marketing services, outreach programmes and community arts for independent theatre companies and government bodies, including National Arts Council. One of her latest projects is Visual Epilogues: Parting Shots from Two Cities, an exhibition featuring photographs of Penang and Singapore taken on the last day of the years.
Linda loves day dreaming, D-KPO is one of her dreams she supports restlessly. She believes in the social currency of building sustainable relationships, revels interaction in diversity of people and environment, and respects that a fulfilling work-life balance is the epitome of our robust ecosystem. Her past working experience includes a decade in Arts, almost half-decade in Science and hopes for another decade in fulfilling dreams.