Wong Koi Tet is currently a part-time lecturer at the Nanyang Technological University (NTU) Chinese department teaching modern Chinese literature and creative writing courses. Graduated with a BA from NUS and MA from NTU, he was previously a journalist with the local Chinese newspaper for eight years and has been writing in different literary genres since his junior college years. He was one of the editors of literary magazine Afterwards in the 1990s. During this time, he has started a film and video production company with friends and has scripted a series of tele-movies for Channel 8. Appointed as the NTU-National Arts Council Writer-in-residence in the first half of 2015, he has published four books: Till Death, We Dance (prose collection, 1995), Revised Edition (poetry, 1996), Incidents (prose and short story collection, 2004), and So Dark The Brightness (socio-cultural essays, 2015).