Ji Tianqi

Singapore

14

Ji Tianqi (Singapore) published:

In the wake of a global pandemic, human nature is far more insidious

PROMPT: Op-Ed Competition 2020

In early January of this year, I hosted my cousin who had just arrived in Singapore from Mainland China. Little did we know, just a few days later, the world would be set into a state of frenzy by what is now a global pandemic. At first, what frightened me about the novel Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) was how little information medical professionals have about it. However, I soon came to realise that human nature is far more insidious.

On...

12 months ago

Ji Tianqi (Singapore) earned a badge Publisher

almost 2 years ago

2

Ji Tianqi (Singapore) published:

Gone to Waste

PROMPT: Food Writing Competition 2019

Gone to Waste
In the dead of night, a man foraged through Singapore’s trash. His name is Daniel Tay. He identifies himself as a “freegan”, a person who seeks to reduce waste and refuses to be a participant of consumerism. A financial advisor by day and a dumpster-diver by night, Mr Tay is one of the leaders Singapore’s dumpster-diving community. He frequently organises “veggie hunts” with other freegans to supermarket outlets, during which exorbitant amounts of discarded but still edible...

almost 2 years ago

Ji Tianqi (Singapore) earned a badge Competitor

almost 2 years ago