The tiny lit fest is finally happening!

When Heartwrite started out a few years ago, having a literature festival was definitely on the agenda - an occasion where art and words come together, where causes we cared for were celebrated in a time and place that allowed communities that dare to create lasting, albeit small, positive impacts to connect with each other, … Continue reading The tiny lit fest is finally happening!

The Wise Burung Pingai; a Malay folktale re-imagined

This story is published here to point to their existence and add another version to the few already in circulation.  It is re-imagined and rewritten folklore, first shared during the launch of Bookish Charms: A Folk Tale Collection; a for-charity collaboration between Heartwrite Co. and Enya Bijoux.  For their creativity, twists and deficits, we ask … Continue reading The Wise Burung Pingai; a Malay folktale re-imagined

The Magic Crystal; a Malay folk tale re-imagined

This story is published here to point to their existence and add another version to the few already in circulation.  It is re-imagined and rewritten folklore, first shared during the launch of Bookish Charms: A Folk Tale Collection; a for-charity collaboration between Heartwrite Co. and Enya Bijoux.  For their creativity, twists and deficits, we ask … Continue reading The Magic Crystal; a Malay folk tale re-imagined

The Greedy Fisherman; a Malay folk tale re-imagined

This story is published here to point to their existence and add another version to the few already in circulation.  It is re-imagined and rewritten folklore, first shared during the launch of Bookish Charms: A Folk Tale Collection; a for-charity collaboration between Heartwrite Co. and Enya Bijoux.  For their creativity, twists and deficits, we ask … Continue reading The Greedy Fisherman; a Malay folk tale re-imagined

Nakhoda Ragam and Princess Laila Mencanai; a Malay folk tale re-imagined

This story is published here to point to their existence and add another version to the few already in circulation.  It is re-imagined and rewritten folklore, first shared during the launch of Bookish Charms: A Folk Tale Collection; a for-charity collaboration between Heartwrite Co. and Enya Bijoux.  For their creativity, twists and deficits, we ask … Continue reading Nakhoda Ragam and Princess Laila Mencanai; a Malay folk tale re-imagined

How Labi-Labi Island came to be; a Malay folk tale re-imagined

This story is published here to point to their existence and add another version to the few already in circulation.  It is re-imagined and rewritten folklore, first shared during the launch of Bookish Charms: A Folk Tale Collection; a for-charity collaboration between Heartwrite Co. and Enya Bijoux.  For their creativity, twists and deficits, we ask … Continue reading How Labi-Labi Island came to be; a Malay folk tale re-imagined

Beliau Samat and the Crocodile King’s Son, a Malay folk tale re-imagined

This story is published here to point to their existence and add another version to the few already in circulation.  It is re-imagined and rewritten folklore, first shared during the launch of Bookish Charms: A Folk Tale Collection; a for-charity collaboration between Heartwrite Co. and Enya Bijoux.  For their creativity, twists and deficits, we ask … Continue reading Beliau Samat and the Crocodile King’s Son, a Malay folk tale re-imagined

Telling stories… through jewellery!

We've been hush hush these past few months and now the cats are slowly making their ways out of the bag of collabs!  Love, love, LOVE collabs - for the way it lets us see what else is cooking in the world and taste life's other flavours. Before I babble on, I'm so pleased and … Continue reading Telling stories… through jewellery!

The French Bruneian Arts Fest (and Nina) blogged on Rano360.com!

Thanks Rano360.com for the mention!  Read up on the French Bruneian Arts Festival's Opening Ceremony last Saturday, 12th November 2016, where we launched our first book « Qu’est-ce qui est plus grand ? » It was fun to share the moment with some really talented artists from Brunei, with delectable treats by happy people of … Continue reading The French Bruneian Arts Fest (and Nina) blogged on Rano360.com!