Adrianna Tan is a published writer who has written widely on topics as diverse as: climate change, cultural traditions and festivals, travel tips and advice, the experience of queerness, growing up in Singapore, being Asian American, the immigrant experience, the role of a civic technologist in an age of misinformation and labor exploitation, and many more.

Get in touch if you'd like to commission a piece of writing for your publication, or discuss book or zine collaboration.

Published writing


Tan, Adrianna. "Tech's role in reaching Indonesia's middle class." BRINK – Conversations and Insights on Global Business. Web.


Openly gay S'porean responds to Thio Su Mien's open letter with an open letter of her own.


Chess with Aliens. Why XCOM was Game of the Year 2012 & 2013 for me.


Southeast Asia for Lovers. Mint newspaper, an imprint of the Wall Street Journal in India. 2011. Print.


Asia's Top Chefs. Cover story. Reader's Digest Asia. 2010. Print.

Confluence: The Indian by Nature Cookbook. Ed. Adrianna Tan. Singapore: Pen to Pixel, 2010. ISBN 9789810872830. Print.

Tan, Adrianna. "Why I am still a feminist." GASPP : a gay anthology of Singaporean poetry and prose. Ed. Ng Yi-Sheng, Dominic Chua, Irene Oh, Jasmine Seah. Singapore: The Literary Centre, 2010. 71-73. Print.


Tan, Adrianna. "Singapore Chic: hotels, restaurants, shops, bars. (2nd ed.)" Singapore: Editions Didier Millet, 2009. Print.


Tan, Adrianna. "The forgotten women warriors of the Malayan Communist Party." IIAS Newsl. 2008; (48):12-13.