She says, "The Black Cheongsam encapsulates the raw emotions observed of the never-ending drama in the relationships between lovers. A far cry from fairy-tales read to little girls at bedtime, my words- poetry in motion- speak of this reality."
She aspires for The Black Cheongsam to be of "presence", an ally when the heart seeks a reason, to make sense of the emotions evoked during the course of a relationship.
"Your poems are about matters of universal interest with which many readers will be able to identify, and are enhanced by the interesting array of attractive drawings"- The British Library, London (2014).
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About the Author
Cognisant of her contribution to the literature scene in Malaysia, she was interviewed for the "Be Inspired" section of The Star newspaper in Nov 2011 and was a featured writer for the Malaysian Writers' Book Fest in Oct 2015.
Independently published and wanting to share her work outside Malaysia, she has travelled to Singapore, Indonesia and Europe to place her book overseas whilst participating in respective writers' conventions. For her, writing is a medium that she utilizes to express herself and her surroundings.