Tuesday, April 20, 2010

"Coming Out" with Eileena Lee, one of PPC's Founders and Her Mum

PPC is proud of Eileena Lee and her mum for sharing their "coming out" journey, as part of this year's Pink Dot publicity videos! If you have trouble viewing the video, click here!

Monday, April 19, 2010

Missed April's Event? Catch the Snippets Here!

Hi everyone

If you missed April's event with Otto Fong, you can catch a snippet here!

UPDATE! Another snippet here!

See you at PPC soon!

Sunday, April 18, 2010

Library open this Sat (24 April) but closed on LABOUR DAY (1 May)

Hi everyone

We will be open this Saturday, 24 April but will be closed on the subsequent Saturday for Labour Day (1st May). Everyone who has books that are due on 1st May can take them for another week and return them on 8th May :)

We are also planning to support Pink Dot (15th May) and will provide information on how you can join us shortly!

Take care!
The PPC Team

Saturday, April 10, 2010

Free Books!

Hi everyone

We have TONS of books to give away! We just did another lot of spring cleaning and there's tons to release back to the community for FREE!

Here are some of the titles...

Here are the stacks of books we are giving away!

So come down and visit us any Saturday between 4-8pm at 41A Neil Road, borrow books and "tapao" these freebies!

Take care!

Monday, April 5, 2010

Event - Otto Fong's "Who Is Standing Between Me and My Big Gay Heaven?"

17 of April 2010 @ PELANGI PRIDE CENTRE presents

Otto Fong's "Who Is Standing Between Me and My Big Gay Heaven?"

Details at a Glance

Date: 17 April 2010 (Sat)
Time: 4pm
Venue: Pelangi Pride Centre

Cost per person: $6 (cost of 2 soft drinks and finger food)

RSVP: This event is by invitation only.

As there are LIMITED seats, prior registration is required.
To get an invitation - please email [pelangipridecentre at yahoo dot com] with your name (in full), contact number, the name/s of your guests.

Who Is Standing Between Me and My Big Gay Heaven?

I've been an openly-gay man since September 2007.
I came out because I saw that carrying the closet with me for 30 years did not give me the life I wanted.
I want a career in comic book creation.
I want to live in a country as cool as South Korea or Japan.
I want my family and my partner's family to know each other!
And I want a dog!
But dang! Those homophobes are so in my way!
They stood there like a herd of medieval warriors and said my kind of sex should be illegal!
In the two years that I have been openly-gay, I explored the world outside the closet. Would you like to know what's out there?
Come join us on the 17th of April at PPC!