Sam moved us all with his story of how he found his life’s purpose as an advocate and trainer for wild and abandoned dogs after a life in prison for over 20 years. He was also our first storyteller who spoke in Mandarin with live translation by the lovely and beautifully bilingual actress and singer Joanna Dong. Please support him and his work by visiting and donating to Mutts and Mittens.
Winner of the most prolific storyteller on TSL, this was Alison’s fourth and last story before she moved to England. We miss her dearly and though it appropriate to give her a poster of all her story titles.
Here’s her story of her time as a student in Beijing and her mysterious encounter with a soviet student.
We were so excited to have our our first REAL Politician on TSL! But why did he call himself a ‘failed politician’? Listen to Jenn Jong tell his fascinating story of how he came to be an opposition politician. Yee Jenn Jong is currently a non-constituency Member of Parliament (NCMP) representing the Worker’s Party in the 12th Parliament of Singapore. He is also an entrepreneur who has founded several start-ups, most notable of which is education technology company ASKnLearn.
Margaret Ghielmetti completely disarmed us all with her impromptu story on our rare Open Mic night and we knew we had to call her back for more! She has a knack for drawing us into the beauty and drama of life, and here’s her whimsical and wonderful story Of Her, Paris and Moi
Ahmad is one of those teachers that everyone wished they had in school. Passionate, resourceful and full of compassion for his students. Here’s his story about his nenek (Grandma) and the journey of finding his peace with being independent. Come hear his hilarious, poignant story.
No stranger to the Ghost-hunting scene, Mr Noel Boyd is a well-known ghost hunter with his own TV series on www.gfs.sg. He has many stories of ghostly encounters but this one of his adventures on Pulau Ubin had all of us on tenterhooks. Not for the faint-hearted.
Exorcisms, Christianity and Cat Spirits…nuff said. Thanks Sean Tobin for making our hair stand! And don’t worry, you’re not hearing things…that’s Paul Searles, composer and musician doing some live foley in the background…