Hello there!

One Twitter account. A different person from Singapore each week, every week.

Rotation curation projects started off with Sweden’s official twitter account (@sweden). Since then, similar accounts have blossomed for nations and cities all over the world.

This is Singapore’s version.

We want to show that Singapore is not just a place where chewing gum is banned and graffiti gets you caned. We want to tell stories of Singapore and Singaporeans; the lives those who live in Singapore, and of Singaporeans based overseas.

So join us. Talk to us. Curate with us. Madness? No. This is Singapore – hello from Singapore.


Next week on @hellofrmSG – curator #247 @sunflowerscent

Our next curator is @sunflowerscent, who also came forward the other week to answer the clarion call to host @hellofrmSG.

A neurosurgeon wannabe and life sciences undergraduate, @sunflowerscent has this to say:

I really want to advocate for brain cancer and brain tumour patients, me being a brain tumor patient myself. Also, to talk about neuroscience research and support groups for brain cancer/tumor patients in Singapore. And I have a dog. :p

A big welcome to @sunflowerscent and stay tuned for more!

Next week on @hellofrmSG – curator #246 @salleh_nadiah

First of all, a HUGE THANK YOU to everyone who responded to the call for more curators for @hellofrmSG, be it by signing up or spreading the word. Your support is critical to the continued success of @hellofrmSG and is very much appreciated!

One of the people who answered this call for help is our next curator, @salleh_nadiah, who came recommended by @Hopeily. Nadiah is a nurse and has this to share:

Being a nurse is more than you see on television. We are as normal as anyone but maybe a little weird in thinking.

Our SG Twittersphere is hardly conventional either, so let’s see how weird things get!

Next week on @HellofrmSG, curator #243: @kish_kebab

Coming up on @hellofrmSG and fresh out of exams period we have @kish_kebab  – hope the papers were a piece of cake!

Here’s what he has to say about himself:

A not-so-typical Singaporean Indian (born and bred in Jurong please stop asking me which part of India I come from :”D) who has a passion for writing and for life in general, with a penchant for unironically using exclamation marks, question marks and :”D in excess

Please give @kish_kebab  your support in the coming week!