Elizabeth Choy was an inspirational force not just because of her experiences during the war. It is that despite her struggles, she never once gave up her kindness and compassion.
On 15 November 1943, Elizabeth Choy Su-Moi was arrested for her suspected involvement in the anti-Japanese Operation Jaywick. Over the next 200 days, she resisted brutal interrogations that included physical and psychological torture.
Be awed by this moving story of an ordinary woman who, with compassion and resolve, survived unimaginable horrors to become one of the most iconic heroes in world history.
About the Illustrator
Zaki Ragman is an experienced creative artist with a demonstrated history of working in the animation industry. He is skilled in Art Direction, Animation Director, Storyboarding, Conceptual Art, and Concept Art. He graduated from LCE School of Arts and Design, as well as the Mages Institute of Excellence, a private art institution. A strong art and design professional, Zaki is a team player that enjoys sharing, developing and visualizing creative concepts. He also believes in lifelong learning, and loves experimenting with new ways to create artworks. He is currently an art instructor at his former school, the Mages Institute.
About the Author
Danny Jalil majored in Multimedia Arts and studied Creative Writing and Screenwriting at LaSalle-SIA College of the Arts, where he wrote numerous short stories and film scripts. His works have been published in Singapore’s Greatest Comics (Nice One Entertainment) and ACTOR (A Commitment To Our Roots). His recent works include the young adult novel The Machine Boy in 2013 (Winner of NAC's Beyond Words: Young and Younger Award), and the graphic novel Lieutenant Adnan and The Last Regiment (with artist Zaki Ragman), and has spoken at the 2017 Singapore Writer’s Festival panel "Staring Into War’s Heart of Darkness".
Cover Type: Softcover
Page Count: 132
Year Published: 2020