Colin Cheong

Colin Cheong Wye Mun (Zhen Wai Mung) is a Singapore writer born in 1965. He has written or edited nearly 30 books, four of which have won national awards. He won the Singapore Literature Prize in 1996 for his novel, ''Tangerine''.

The older of three children born to two teachers, Colin Cheong attended Victoria School, Anderson Secondary School, Hwa Chong Junior College, Ngee Ann Polytechnic and National University of Singapore.

At the age of 15, he interned at the now defunct newspaper ''New Nation'' and contributed to an army magazine, ''Pioneer'', during his National Service days. From Secondary 3 till the year before he graduated from university, he was a photographer and stage actor. Furthermore, he has shown keen interests in Science, eugenics in particular. These experiences had significant influence on his future writing.

He had previously taught at Victoria Junior College, Hwa Chong Junior College, and School of the Arts, Singapore. He compiles books for corporate clients on his days off. He is also an editor of the "One Association" magazine.

Colin Cheong used to be a professional ballet dancer, and is teaching ballet dancing to young students in Hong Kong. He is also an English and Theory of Knowledge teacher at the Singapore International School (Hong Kong). He teaches English and theory to the DP students, he is one of the best teachers at the school! "We all think he is very funny and very inspiring" said one of students. Provided by Wikipedia
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