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The matchmaker of Singapore

For SCMP Films


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Despite risking social stigma and judgement from family, friends and peers, Vietnamese women and foreign men are turning to one of Singapore's largest international matchmakers to find their partners.

Mark Lin, originally from Taiwan, claims to have arranged more than 1,000 marriages between Vietnamese women and Singaporean men.

Lin, who said he considers love to be a transaction like any other, offered a look at the process of how he tries to help those willing to pay to find love in the modern world.

Lift the Ice: The Ice is Alien

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Lift The Ice follows six intrepid experts as they embark on a global mission to investigate the incredible discoveries emerging from our thawing ice.

In the fourth episode, Mars scientist Dr Nina Lanza finds out how our ice is helping to answer everything from whether we're alone in the universe, to tracking down galaxy-eating black holes.

For Rice Media


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If you saw this metalhead couple walking down the streets of Singapore, would you stop to stare? Well, Dew and Hisham don't mind, as long as you don’t call them Satanists.

Embracing their love of the dark and creepy wasn’t easy, especially when they got judged for it. But against all odds, they found acceptance in each other and made their very own Addams Family.

The Man and his Vietnamese Brides

For Rice Media


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What if love wasn't just about emotional connection, sexual attraction or sharing the same values... but an exchange of money? 

Some may call his matchmaking of male customers with Vietnamese women modern-day human trafficking. We take a deeper dive into Mark's unshakeable belief in his booming trade, who his customers are, and what they’re looking for in a life partner.

I Don't Want Children and Here's Why

For Rice Media


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As Singapore marks its lowest birth rate since independence, a growing number of Singaporeans are deciding to remain child-free.

We gather four of them to talk about their choice to not procreate, and how it feels to be making this seemingly controversial decision.

Pandemic Borders: Inside The Quarantine Hotel

For Channel NewsAsia


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To ensure incoming travellers are bubble wrapped from the rest of the community until declared free of COVID-19, hotels all over Singapore have transformed themselves into facilities to house these travellers.

Enter the quarantine hotel with us, as we find out how the country’s thousands of hospitality staff rallied to become frontline workers, and the sacrifices they make in these strange times.

2022 World Media Festivals, Gold

For Channel NewsAsia


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Singapore is a land of incredible food, and we eat plenty of it. But the food we eat has an outsized carbon footprint that we can no longer ignore.

Politician Janil Puthucheary makes surprising discoveries about the foods in Singapore that are major contributors to climate change – spoiler alert, it’s not just beef. 

Can we eat our way out of this problem? 

For Channel NewsAsia


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A starring role in a Hollywood movie. 

A scholarship to a world class private school. 

Threats of eggs being thrown at your door.

These are just some of the things that can happen to you when you go viral online, whether by accident or on purpose. 

Can going viral change the world and yourself in ways you never expected?

Find out what happened to China's Ice Boy, Salik the multilingual Cambodian kid, S Hook lady, YouTuber Dax Flame, United Airlines’ David Dao, and the founder of Nas Daily after they went viral online.

For Channel NewsAsia


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Hack your DNA, and change your destiny.

The Nobel Prize-winning gene editing tool CRISPR-Cas9 can eradicate diseases, and one day maybe even enhance our looks, personalities, and abilities. 

How does it do that, and are we ready for it? Why are many still hesitant to adopt this revolutionary biomedical technology?

2020 Asian Academy Creative Awards Best Visual or Special FX, National Winner

2021 World Media Festivals, Silver

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What if all you needed was a pair of Virtual Reality goggles to travel the world, have a birthday party or even go on a date? 

Join host Joshua Lim as he explores if Virtual Reality can save our sanity and our economy from the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Documentary: Services


2022 World Media Festivals

Our Wicked Problem

Gold in Documentaries: Sustainability
Episode Producer, Director, Writer

2021 World Media Festivals

How to Survive a Pandemic: Living Life Virtually

Silver Award in Documentaries: Technology
Producer, Director, Writer

2020 Asian Academy Creative Awards

How to Survive a Pandemic Series

Best Visual or Special FX in TV Series/Film,
National Winner

Episode Producer, Director, Writer

2020 New York Festivals TV & Film Awards

Why it Matters: Face Off

Finalist in Science and Technology
Researcher, Assistant Producer

2019 Asian Academy Creative Awards

Why it Matters: Bad Pho-mance

Best Infotainment Programme
Regional Winner
Researcher, Assistant Producer

2019 World Media Festivals

Why it Matters: Bad Phomance

Silver Award in Documentaries: Society and Social Issues
Researcher, Assistant Producer

2019 New York Festivals TV & Film Awards

Regardless of Class

Bronze in Editorial/Viewpoint
Researcher, Assistant Producer

Documentary: Awards
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