The medical doctor and founder of non-profit organisations Kitesong Global and My Brother SG revives her love for calligraphy after 20 years

Through her work as a medical doctor, educator and non-profit founder, Tam Wai Jia has found different ways to impact the lives of others and help them regain their own strength. In her latest work, a series of Chinese calligraphy artworks, she says she hopes to encourage “intergenerational healing by inspiring a sense of redemption, renewal and restoration”. 

The Dream Collection, which comprises 10 artworks, was skillfully created by Tam after a 20-year hiatus from practising calligraphy. They will be showcased at Tam's debut solo exhibition at Clarke Quay Central Atrium in Singapore from January 13 to February 5. 

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Photo: Kitesong Global
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The artworks are also for sale, with all proceeds going towards Kitesong Global, Tam's non-profit organisation which nurtures and inspires young people to be changemakers.

During the pandemic, Tam also founded My Brother SG, a network that connects migrant workers, healthcare authorities and other organisations in Singapore to deliver strategic risk communication and community engagement for better health.

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