In one of the earlier issues of the groundbreaking comic-book series Sandman, an author who has not written another novel since his first and only book became a hit, came into […]
The following is an extract from a review of Javier’s Day in the weekly Phnom Penh arts and entertainment newspaper The Advisor. The book is now being sold at Monument […]
“Joshua Chiang can’t fool me. This is the product of one who has watched too many cartoons and is still playing with his imaginary friends. His characters have been around […]
– by Joshua Chiang – (‘Trackless Paths’ the book is now out in Select Books and Kinokuniya in Singapore, as well as available online here) For the past few years […]
– by Jeffrey Lawrence – As we approach that time of year where gifts are given, credit limits are stretched, and everyone scrambles on a quest to find that perfect gift […]
This is our first self-published illustrated book, based on the real-life experience of illustrator Joshua Chiang with his then-two-year-old nephew Javier. To find out more, click here.
by Joshua Chiang I thought I’d wrap up the year by bringing one of my pet projects Ronin Rat and Ninja Cat one step closer to completion. Ronin Rat was a […]
by Joshua Chiang One of the perks of being a regular illustrator for the promotional materials for Singapore Repertory Theatre’s children plays is to get to offer your own interpretation […]