1. Kiran Shah - Australia- Wombat goes walkabout 

2. Sangeeta Goel - India - When Parijtha rose from her ashes

3. Nikhil Ezra Devan - M'sia - Going on a bear hunt!


1. Resh - a) Hey Waley  b) Oh Anok Anok    c) Half the Man

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Kiran Shah moved from being a social worker and early childhood educator and became a professional storyteller in Singapore 20 years ago. She has been called the Godmother of Storytelling in Singapore (along with Sheila Wee) in being instrumental in reviving the art of oral storytelling. She loves telling folktales from her heritage and is particularly drawn to Asian folktales. She enjoys telling stories to anyone, anywhere. Her audiences have ranged from babies to seniors and she has told in schools, libraries, museums, parks, art galleries and even on trains! Apart from performances, she also conducts storytelling workshops and has participated in conferences and festivals all over Asia (Singapore, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam, Philippines, India, Indonesia) and in Australia, where she now lives.

Kiran strongly believes the world now needs even more stories to be told and shared for us all to understand and respect one another.


Sangeeta Goel is a performance storyteller and a trainer. She tells stories to children, adolescents and adults. She believes in stories that can foster open conversation. With this aim she uses her skills as a storyteller and sexuality educator to tell stories leading to open conversations on sexuality

Some of her story based training programme include training for teachers, parents, sexuality educators and corporate

She also enjoys writing. She has written two original story books for children and various articles on Gender Diversity, Sexual Harassment and Sexuality Education.
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Performance Storyteller, Story Trainer, Playback Theatre Artist, Sexuality Educator

Nikhil Ezra Devan is a 7 year old who loves books and reading. Before he was reading, he used to imitate the expressions in picture books. He loves performing, mostly at home, and a few times for the public.


Resh unleashed himself onto the entertainment scene in 2003 when he released his debut album entitled “Monumental” under the then moniker, Reshmonu. The album took critics and fans by storm with hit singles like Walk Away and It's You That Matters. The album earned him a whopping seven nominations at the premier Malaysian music industry award show, Anugerah Industri Muzik (AIM) in 2004, of which he proudly bagged three awards (Best Male Vocals, Best English-language Artiste, Best Engineering for an Album). 

He has since established himself as the premier English Language market entertainer in Malaysia, loved and admired by fans worldwide and respected by his peers, and is among an elite few Malaysian artists who have consistently performed as opening act for internationally acclaimed acts touring in Malaysia such as Alicia Keys, Prodigy, Pussycat Dolls, The Black Eyed Peas, Nicole Scherzinger, Girls Generation, and many more. Taking his passion for music one step further, RESH also took on the role of director

his music video for ‘The Way It Makes You Move’, which went on to earn him a nomination in the 2008 AIM Awards under the ‘Best Music Video’ Award category. 

Most recently, RESH was selected to be featured in the video campaign for THE GLOBAL GOALS FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT CAMPAIGN, a ground-breaking collaboration of campaigners, public figures, companies and civil society groups.

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