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Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Dr Goh Poh Seng: (1936 - 2010). Promoted Singapore Musicians At His Clubs

Dr. Goh Poh Seng (73) who was born in Malaysia but lived in Singapore, has passed away in Vancouver on Sunday, January 10th. He was a medical doctor, novelist, poet, playwright and arts promoter.

More importantly, he helped to promote local musicians like Tokyo Square, etc at his clubs and was the Chairman of the National Theatre Trust. He also initiated an arts group called Center 65 and was the first author to write a Singapore novel in the English language called, If We Dream Too Long.

Anybody knows GPS personally and wish to comment?

Information: Life! (13.01.10), The Straits Times Press, Singapore.

Image: National Library Board Website, Singapore.


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