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1. Auditory Cortex: Our Choices
(April 2018/Auditory cortex)
by Lian-Hee Wee The auditory cortex is the part of the brain that performs the basic and higher functions of hearing such as language switching. In the case of an Asian English poet, a historical col

2. Tiempo Muerto
(April 2018/Auditory cortex)
...o muerto— dead season.   First Prize Winner: "Tiempo Muerto" by Rae Rival (Philippines) Lian-Hee Wee's commentary: Hearing and reading this poem takes one into the rural setti...

3. Hungry Decades
(April 2018/Auditory cortex)
... My beast and whore. My Babylon. Second Prize Winner: "Hungry Decades" by Ng Kum Hoon (Singapore) Lian-Hee Wee's commentary: The Singapore English in this poem is so distinct, but proba...

4. Nostalgia
(April 2018/Auditory cortex)
...xperiment to recreate the taste of home.   Third Prize Co-Winner: "Nostalgia" by Amrita Brahmo (India) Lian-Hee Wee's commentary: Beauty is found often in the humblest things in life. The el...

5. An Ode to the Street Bride
(April 2018/Auditory cortex)
...; Third Prize Co-Winner: "An Ode to the Street Bride" by Gino Paradela (Philippines) Lian-Hee Wee's commentary: Beauty is found often missed when it is among the humblest. ...

6. Place
(April 2018/Auditory cortex)
...d upholstered and still 'a bloody immigrant'. Highly recommended: "Place" by Rochelle Potkar (India) Lian-Hee Wee's commentary: Are you dolphin or shark? Are you human or fish? Is home an...

7. To Motion
(April 2018/Auditory cortex)
...inetics and that is where he rested. Highly recommended: "To Motion" by Ivan Emil Labayne (Philippines) Lian-Hee Wee's commentary: This poem is unusual and difficult to narrate. It is poetic ...

8. How to Complete a Family Portrait
(April 2018/Auditory cortex)
...d day madam. Highly recommended: "How to Complete a Family Portrait" by Shobhana Kumar (India) Lian-Hee Wee's commentary: The poem is much like a soliloquy and animatedly performed ...

9. Don't Pick My Flower
(April 2018/Auditory cortex)
...at it exists.     Highly recommended: "Don’t Pick My Flower" by Kylla Ruth Benlot (Philippines) Lian-Hee Wee's commentary: A disturbing poem thinly veiled for the modesty of virginal ...

10. Guest Editors and Contest Judges
(April 2018/Contributors)
...s Young Artist Award in Literary Arts. She is a co-judge of the Auditory Cortex poetry contest. [Cha Profile] Lian-Hee Wee became a phonologist when he failed as a syntactician, which followed his f...

11. Lian-Hee Wee
(September 2016/Contributors)
Lian-Hee Wee is a phonologist-by-coincidence whose childhood aspirations to be knowledgeable and reasonable continue to gnaw at his daily efforts to cope with how he has not learnt music enough, not c

12. Revolution Without Text
(September 2016/Umbrella)
by Lian-Hee Wee Two professors too angry to notice the irony of their privileged selves as leftists Two monkeys in suits searching for their sugar man Two institutions: a church and a brothel Two

by Lian-Hee Wee Triangle A: Dance for economic growth 1970s, Singapore. A fish and a lion became brothers, because Da Man[1] played Dr Frankenstein, spliced them to make one a tourism icon.

14. Lian-Hee Wee
(March 2016/Contributors)
Lian-Hee Wee is a tragic anti-hero. Tragic because he continues, for instance, in his aspirations to musicianship after having been repeatedly proven to have a poor sense of pitch or rhythm, or to be

15. What's Wrong
(March 2015/Poetry)
by Lian-Hee Wee Righteous words are loudest and so I lied loudlyi Commandeering all the cable, cyber, airwaves Which I also eavesdrop citing security Invoking equity and justice and service Swappin

16. Lian-Hee Wee
(March 2015/Contributors)
Lian-Hee Wee is a tragic anti-hero. Tragic because he continues, for instance, in his aspirations to musicianship after having been repeatedly proven to have a poor sense of pitch or rhythm, or to be

17. Cha: An Asian Literary Journal
(March 2015/Front page)
... writers/artists have generously allowed us to showcase their work: Poetry: Xi Xi, Jennifer Feeley, Lian-Hee Wee, Louise Ho, Ting Wei Tai, Stephen Cloud, Joshua Burns, Michael Gray, Debora...

18. Cha: An Asian Literary Journal
(March 2016/Front page)
... Mang Ke​,​ Lucas Klein​, ​Andrea Lingenfelter​,​ DeWitt Clinton, Shuli de la Fuente-Lau​, ​Lian-Hee Wee​,​ Luisa A. Igloria​, ​Jason Wee​, Miho Kinnas​, Ariel Francis...

19. Cha: An Asian Literary Journal
(September 2016/Front page)
..., Timothy O'Leary, Michael O'Sullivan, Henry Wei Leung, Michael Tsang, Stephanie Leung, Jason S Polley, Lian-Hee Wee, Eddie Tay, Kate Rogers Addiction: Sithuraj Ponraj, Ankush Banerjee, Atar ...

20. Cha: An Asian Literary Journal
(April 2018/Front page)
...ut together ​the new edition. We would also like to thank Eddie Tay for the great selection of reviews and Lian-Hee Wee for co-judging (with Tammy Ho Lai-Ming) the "Auditory Cortex" ...

... "Writing Macau": Un Sio San and Hélder Beja #43, February 2019 - "Auditory Cortex": Lian-Hee Wee #42, December 2018 - Eleventh Anniversary Issue: Arthur Leung and Royston...

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