Singapore News - The recent expose on Kenny Leck's misconduct against his former young female employees caused a stir among the local literary community. Not that it’s any surprising that this type of unsavoury behaviour is still rampant despite the rise of the #MeToo... Read more at www.tnp.sg
Two weeks ago, Rice Media published an explosive expose on Kenny Leck, founder of iconic independent bookstore BooksActually. His ex-wife Renee Ting, a former employee, said that he’d pursued her when she was 19 and he, 34, and that in the six years they were together, she barely had a day off and was rarely paid. Other former employees also...
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She has spoken out for the first time since a viral expose on Kenny Leck's alleged misconduct.. Read more at straitstimes.com.
SINGAPORE - The ex-wife of disgraced BooksActually owner Kenny Leck has spoken out for the first time since a viral expose on his alleged misconduct upended Singapore's literary scene. In a Facebook post on Thursday (Sept 30), Ms Renee Ting said she feels that "people are talking around us, but no one is really talking to us". In the article...
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The poet said she did not believe people were transformed through shaming.