Our website is live. Currently, the links to all the video interviews are available on a single page, as is a page of “Trivia” that contains posts related to the project as well as on infectious diseases in Singapore (only a few articles at present, but we will increase the number of posts over time). […]

We finally finished the last video interview on Thursday 15th October. There is very little time left to get the documentary and book out before the end of the year, and with the required viewership necessary to meet the KPI’s agreed upon by MCCY and ourselves. The source materials and the interview discussions have been […]

One last week to go, but we are almost done with the shooting. It has been an incredibly interesting experience so far, listening to what the experts have to say about infectious diseases and Singapore. My main regret is that we have had rather too few patients giving their side of the story – their […]

Nearing the end of the interviews at last, yet at the same time, realising that there remain significant gaps in terms of the people that should be interviewed: people who have seen, or initiated, or contributed to how infectious diseases changed or was controlled in Singapore. It is an SG50 project however, and the strict timeline […]

We have finally crossed the midpoint in terms of recorded interviews for the SG50 Project! Thanks to the help of Dr. Vincent Pang from Tan Tock Seng Hospital, we have managed to complete interviews for the following: Dr. Ling Moi Lin – Singapore General Hospital. Dr. Jeffery Cutter – Ministry of Health. Dr. Andrea Kwa […]

Another week has gone by and we have completed filming even more interviews, although still less than half of what we intend for the documentary. The team from Ngee Ann Polytechnic’s CampusTV has really performed well and professionally. I would not hesitate to use them for future projects. In the past week, we have interviewed: […]

Since yesterday, we have finally started our video interviews for our SG50 Project on Infectious Diseases and Singapore. The interviews are filmed by a team from Campus TV from Ngee Ann Polytechnic, who will also produce the documentary. We are immensely indebted to our interviewees, all of whom have agreed to give of their valuable time […]