Tan Hwee Hwee | Testimonials
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“Hwee Hwee is reliable, dedicated and has the ability to comprehend and narrate complex information and thoughts in a concise and simple fashion. My personal experience is with working with Hwee Hwee on “Pioneer Panorama”, a coffee table book, was both rewarding and satisfactory. She is committed to her deadlines and flexible - accommodating gracefully to the client's needs. Hwee Hwee is a team player, she constantly strives to add value to her writing skills and is at par with best in the industry. I will strongly recommend her for any writing projects. Her ideas are practical and based on the premise of her strong and extensive experience. She has my highest recommendations and I wish her all the best for future endeavours.”

(Shyam Prabhakaran, project manager for the book “Pioneer Panaroma”)

“ I worked with Hwee Hwee for our first press release, and it was a good experience. Hwee Hwee provided me with a list of questions to work on for the press release, and they were really helpful. Hwee Hwee is quick to deliver too, and sent me the first draft in less than 2 weeks. We're all impressed with her work and efficiency, and glad that we found her. We look forward to engaging her again in future writing projects!”

- Christine Chen, founder of The Moisturizers Co.

To my mind, Hwee Hwee is the most important female writer in English to emerge from Southeast Asia, probably ever. I am not prone to this kind of hyperbole with fiction writers, or artists generally, and others in the region do share my assessment of her.

(Gregg Zachary, staff reporter for the Wall Street Journal)

If Flannery O'Connor had written the screenplay for Midnight Express, it might have turned out somewhat like this startling and remarkable debut novel...Witty, hip, engrossing and utterly astonishing both in breadth of feeling and depth of intelligence: one of the strangest and most original works of the year.

---- Kirkus, starred review of “Foreign Bodies”

“During her tenure with us, she has displayed strong writing skills and was always willing to offer her assistance. As her immediate supervisor, I would recommend Hwee Hwee as a candidate for the position of writer in an organisation.”

(Simon Yeo, Quacquarelli Symonds)