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Launching Peering Into Our Future, A Corporate Social Responsibility Project

It wasn’t just another Thursday night at the Mutant office. Dozens of smiling guests flooded the room, accompanied with a delectable plate of refreshments and a drink in hand. Lively chatter drowned away the thumping music.

This was the launch of Peering Into Our Future: A Series of Unfortunate Short Stories, our first project under our new CSR initiative, Mutant for Good. To celebrate, we invited partners, clients, media friends, authors and influencers over for an epic evening on September 8th. Here’s how it went down:

Mutant’s Regional Managing Director Lina Marican kicked the party off with a heartfelt speech on how the ocean conservation campaign was born, and how all the Mutants came together to use our expertise for good.

Our partners and writers shared the spotlight with personal stories and anecdotes.

But, what does this all mean to you and what can you do to protect our ocean? 

To start, you have five evocative short stories to enjoy!

In support of Coastal Natives, Our Singapore Reefs and Ocean Purpose Project, this project is a collaboration with prominent Singaporean authors — Amanda Lee Koe, Joshua Ip, Neo Xiaoyun, Pooja Nansi and Suffian Hakim — who have written unsettling short tales about Singapore’s bleak dystopian future if we fail to conserve our ocean.

Believing in the power of storytelling, we hope that these haunting yet data-backed tales will inspire you to advocate for change in your homes, workplaces, and communities.

Read them on our webpage here.

What else can you look forward to?

Until 9 October, drop by the ArtScience Museum for the Waves of Change Festival 2022 hosted by Coastal Natives! Catch our reading booth among inspiring artworks, including film, photography, and embroidery, by other ocean enthusiasts.

We are also working closely with our partners, and are looking forward to supporting their initiatives that help to save the sea.

Meanwhile, read our stories, and check out our Instagram and Facebook pages, where we’ll be sharing more informative ocean conservation-related content.

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