Huiying Ng


Huiying Ng explores links between urban agriculture, open/welcoming spaces for new imaginations of urban life, and community resilience. Most of her current time goes into the Soil Regeneration Project (@soilregenerationproject on Instagram). She is a founding member of the Singapore-based group Foodscape Collective, half of TANAH, a nature-food duo, and a member of soft/WALL/studs. From late 2020 she will continue her research to consider agroecology in Southeast Asia and its capacity to respond to the environmental impacts of infrastructural projects in the region, as a doctoral researcher at the Rachel Carson Centre for Environment and Society, Ludwig-Maximilian University, Munich, Germany. She currently serves the Southeast Asia Neighborhoods Network as content manager, supports editorial work at Foodscape Pages, and is on the Plurality University's Board.

Country: Singapore

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