Sasi has continued to be active as a longtime thought leader in arts and culture, speaking about the importance of the arts in Singapore’s future, and The Substation’s significance in the local arts landscape on New Naratif's Political Agenda Podcast and The Historyogi Podcast.
He was also invited to give the opening speech as the Guest of Honour at Grain Performance & Research Lab's The Remembering Resource (II), a two-week series of various creative encounters, held online and at The Arts House. On the second day of the programme, Sasi joined a panel of arts practitioners in an intergenerational dialogue session, A Road Less Travelled, where he spoke about Theatre OX, theatre-making and actor training.
Sasi has been invited to speak on cultural diplomacy at the Public Diplomacy in Asia 2021 virtual conference on 28 July, organised by the Singapore International Foundation (SIF). He also joins the judging panel for the 2022 Epigram Books Fiction Prize, alongside Professor Shirley Chew, Amir Muhammad, Margaret Thomas and Edmund Wee.
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