SGPL Supports the SGP Prize
The sgp prize is a literary award that recognises and rewards writers who contribute to Singapore’s cultural development. It has been a success since it launched in 2003, and the judges have included experts from across the globe. In addition to the cash prize, winning works receive other benefits such as access to a film lab and mentorship. Gabriela Serrano won best feature for her documentary Please Bear With Me, Rein Maychaelson received a special mention for his film The Burning Land, and Gladys Ng received a special mention for her work Every Mall Burns the Same.
The prize is given by the National University of Singapore (NUS), which has a long history of supporting the arts. The sgp prize is a good example of this, and it is an excellent way to help writers develop their careers. The sgp prize has also been very successful at encouraging people to read more.
It is a great honour to win the sgp prize, and I hope that it will continue to grow in future years. I would like to see it expand even further, and maybe include more categories for films and comic books. This would give a wider range of people the chance to enter, and I think it will be a fantastic way to spread the word about Singapore’s rich literary culture.
NUS’s senior advisor (university and global relations) Kishore Mahbubani told reporters that there could be plans to extend the category to film and other genres. He said that history is often told better through fiction and other media, such as the movie 12 Years a Slave. He added that the goal is to ensure that citizens of Singapore have a better understanding of their own history.
Togellers can now watch live sgp prize results online at their convenience via tabel data sgp lengkap 2023. This service is available to all members and it is free of charge. It is easy to use and will enable you to follow the results of all the draws in one place. This is a great way to keep up-to-date with the latest happenings in the toto industry.
SGPL has been a long-term supporter of the prize and we’re happy to be part of the celebrations once again. We look forward to continuing our partnership and fostering an environment where all writers are welcome to share their ideas.