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David Fuhrmann-Lim

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David Fuhrmann Lim is a veteran editor with 20 years of journalism and production experience. He recently completed work as an author for the Louis Vuitton City Guide Singapore Edition. He was also a contributing editor at Female Magazine and, before that, was the Editor-in-Chief of the award-winning men’s lifestyle magazine Singapore FHM.

An English literature graduate from the University of Michigan, David also spent three years in MTV Asia’s fledgling seasons as a promos producer/director, where he won awards for his humourous edgy spots. He is a published author of two books (Sniffing The Equator, 99) and his two plays Scratching and Syzygy won the first and second prizes at Action Theatre’s 10-Minute Playwriting Contest.

Here’s an interview with awe50me.

Here’s an interview with Lush 99.5FM / Present Purpose

Here’s an interview with The Peak Singapore

Here’s a look at Singapore’s flourishing literary scene

Here’s a link to 99 Stories Poems Books

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If you have any enquiries about advertising as well as other collaborations, please direct your emails to david@splode.asia

We look forward to having a chat with you over a dram.

 

 

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