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Freelancer Nation

Jun 26, 2020

Comics illustration have caught the eye of Singaporeans amid the overwhelming flow of virus related information. From the start of the pandemic, local artists and illustrators are using the medium of comics to document our collective experiences and educate the public. We speak to Evangeline Neo from Evacomics about why comics are such a great tool for public education as well as her creative process in engaging and educating her audience about the pandemic through her weekly comic strip. Welcome to our new resilience series, where we invited previous Freelance Creative Exchange podcast guests to discuss how they are dealing with Circuit Breaker and if they have any advice or encouraging words for the rest of us during this challenging period. Artists mentioned: Wei Man Kow Josef Lee: Drewscape: Evangeline Neo has been drawing webcomics since 2007 about everyday life, yoga and cultural differences between Singapore and Japan. Her latest book "A Manga Lover's Tokyo Travel Guide" is released worldwide in 2019 with Tuttle, a publisher renowned for Asian inspired books. Watch her animation on covid-19: Download her new animated stickers: FB: IG: Twitter: Patreon: Official Website: Amazon author page: 🎥Watch our previous interview with Evangeline: 🎧 Listen to Freelance Creative Exchange on Apple Podcasts: Spotify: For a trio podcast experience visit: - THE FREELANCE CREATIVE EXCHANGE -  The Freelance Creative Exchange is our first ever podcast about freelancing by freelancers.  We catch up with professionals over coffee at the PIXEL Studio and share stories about freelancing or anything in and around the topic.  Hosted by CreativesAtWork co-founders Fanny and Jayce, you will find candid conversations with the creative professionals about freelancing and the gig economy in Singapore & beyond.  FOLLOW US - Facebook: Instagram: Website: Have some questions, or want to be a guest on Freelance Creative Exchange podcast?  Reach out to us at