Lianhe Zaobao features Before We Forget in zbNow Popcorn, their weekly feature on youths. 「两青年将32个失智症故事结集成书」，记者：扬全龙。
Capital 95.8FM (958 城市频道), a MediaCorp station, featured Grandmother’s Garden and other stories 《阿嬷的花园》 in their 5pm, 7pm, and 11pm news bulletins on Tuesday, 14 August 2012. Chen Huiting, a volunteer who helped proofread Chinese stories in the book, represented Before We Forget as our Mandarin spokesperson.
The Straits Times reports about the release of Grandmother’s Garden and other stories on Monday 6 August 2012. “Stories about dementia tell what it means to be human” by Janice Tai.
Before We Forget is an Official Selection at the Pyongyang International Film Festival 2012. The Festival will be held from 20-27 September 2012 in Central District, Pyongyang, DPR Korea.
Before We Forget is an Official Selection at the New York Filmmaker’s Festival. The festival will be held from 25-26 August 2012 at the June Havoc Theater, Abingdon Theatre Arts Complex, 312 West 36 Street, New York City.
Before We Forget is compiling a book of stories about people with dementia and their family members. If you like to see your story in print, please send us your story, photographs & illustrations (or email email@example.com) before 16 July 2012.
Vertical Kampong is featuring Before We Forget on its 938 Live weekend capsule on 14 July 2012 (Saturday). Tune in to 93.8FM or listen online at 6.50am, 2.50pm, 8.50pm, and 2.50am.
Time Out Singapore writes about Before We Forget, screening at the Southeast Asian Film Festival on 24 March 2012. “A meeting of minds” by Tania De Rozario.
Vertical Kampong, a website by National Volunteer & Philanthropy Centre’s (NVPC) that promotes interaction and cohesion in the community, features Before We Forget. “We all have a story to tell”.
Before We Forget premieres in Singapore as an Official Selection at the Southeast Asian Film Festival 2012 presented by the Singapore Art Museum. The documentary will be screened publicly for the first time on Saturday 24 March 7:30pm at the Moving Image Gallery, Level 2, SAM at 8Q, 8 Queen Street. Directors Jeremy Boo and Lee Xian Jie will be present for a post-screening discussion.