Nah Dominic is presently a PhD candidate at the National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore where he is researching about secondary school students’ receptivity and resistance towards Literature pedagogies that are ethically oriented. As an arts writer, he has written book and dance reviews for ArtsEquator and FiveLines. He has also worked in the capacities as a dramaturg (The Second Breakfast Company/RAW Moves), a performer in his own autobiographical b-boy monologue, a co-editor for the Asian Dramaturgs’ Network E-Zines Vol. 1 to 3, and a rapporteur at the Asian Dramaturgs’ Network Lab 2018 in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. Occasionally, he mulls over how more people can be persuaded of the arts’ relevance and value in today’s schools and society.


“orbit” by Ethos Books: the gravity and pull of insignificant destinies

“I reached for those insignificant destinies again; the smallest collision of time and incident that throws life out of orbit” – “Stillborn”, Khin Chan Myae Maung A new series by Ethos Books titled “orbit” has launched – a literary space station intended for works of writing that can hold their own despite not meeting the […]

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“Between Tiny Cities (រវាងទីក្រុងតូច)”: De-cyphering Conversation

A white circle 10 metres in diameter greets us on entering the flexible performance space in Loft 29. I stand next to B-boy Erak Mith of Tiny Toones (Phnom Penh, Cambodia). He is locked in eye contact with Aaron Lim of D-City Rockers (Darwin, Australia) directly across the circle and I recognise the calm, unflinching

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