The workshop will be led by the THG editorial team who has over ten years of experience in publication. Here’s more about them!
Nurhuda Abu Bakar, Editor
Huda curates content and runs the daily operations behind TheHomeGround Asia. Besides editing articles, she works with a team of inhouse and freelance writers to produce quality content for readers. Being in the publishing industry for over five years and previously an editor of scientific journals, Huda has written for publications like Canon Asia and Have Halal Will Travel and believes that storytelling has the power to connect people.
Her listed obsessions (in no particular order) are books, café-hopping, and traveling off the beaten path.
Raewyn Koh, Sub-editor
Rae is sub-editor for TheHomeGround Asia. She assists in editorial duties, while also ideating and crafting features and commentaries for the platform. A lifestyle journalist of more than five years, she has had bylines in international publications, such as Lonely Planet Asia, Scoot, and Jetgala, and has worked with brands like Swiss Tourism Board, Lamborghini, and Dassault Falcon. She mainly covers travel, luxury playthings, and has a keen eye for personality profiles.
In her spare time, she likes looking for new coffee specialty shops, playing with her two cats, and scrolling through TikTok.
Claudia Tan, Journalist
Claudia is a journalist at TheHomeGround Asia who covers local politics, entertainment and culture. Previously working in a nonprofit organisation, she has a background in writing newsletters and covering stories about beneficiaries. She has a keen interest in social issues and current affairs, and hopes to use her writing as a voice for the marginalised.
Her other passions include hunting down good coffee and making friends with stray cats.
Ming En Liew, Journalist
Ming En is a journalist in TheHomeGround Asia. She is a fresh graduate with a BA in Psychology and Linguistics, but decided to pursue her childhood love for writing upon graduation.
She first fell in love with words at the tender age of 9, and have never stopped writing since. Throughout her schooling life, Ming En pursued freelance opportunities in writing and wrote for publications like Stories of Asia and Yellow Pages Singapore. At THG, she expands on the skills she has picked up thus far and delves into local news and lifestyle journalism.
Her ultimate career dream is to be an environmental journalist with National Geographic.