Lily Low

Digital Writer, Content Writer

Lily writes on the internet, mostly about lifestyle and mental health awareness. Her passion for people and her faith influences most of her written work. With her love for music, she occasionally shares lyrical analysis observations of her favourite artists. With her background as an associate editor and sub-editor at university, she has both created and reviewed content. Her main goal is to be able to make the world brighter through her passion for words.

Essential Tips To Ease The Process Of Working In Teams - Crunch

Whether we are working in groups for our class projects or collaborating in the workplace, all of us at some point would have needed to work together with others. Effective teamwork will influence the outcome of a project, as well as the relationships between teammates.

"Cherry": Hard To Stomach, But A Necessary Film

This film adaptation was based on the debut novel Cherry, written by Nico Walker. The novel is an autofiction detailing the life of a military veteran who struggled with drug addiction and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). (This review will be focused on the film instead of the novel.)

7 Reminders From Won-Pyung Sohn's "Almond"

I first heard of Almond when BTS members RM, Suga, and J-Hope were seen reading it during their reality series In The Soop. RM and Suga agreed that this book was "well-written" and "an interesting read." This piqued my curiosity, which led me to search its synopsis and a translated version of the book.

Let's Talk About What The #MeToo Movement Did For Sexual Harassment

Sexual harassment is measured by three dimensions: gender harassment, unwanted sexual attention, and sexual coercion. The World Health Organization estimates that sexual violence affects one-third of women worldwide. The #MeToo Movement was originally founded in 2006, but went viral in 2017 when demonstrating the prevalence of sexual assault and harassment in the film industry.

How to look after your mental health in a difficult living environment

Self-isolating and staying at home may be especially hard to cope with if you have a difficult relationship with the people you live with, whether they are family, friends or housemates. Having been in a difficult living situation myself, I would like to share some tips for managing that have helped me.

Concert Review: BTS Dominates Wembley And The Hearts Of Their Audience

BTS is a South Korean pop group consisting of seven bandmates: RM, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, Jimin, V, and Jungkook. The band made history by being the first South Korean group to headline Wembley Stadium. According to Metro, tickets for the first day (out of their two days on 1st and 2nd June 2019) had sold out in just 90 minutes.

Overachiever Magazine
February II Issue: Poetry Roundup - Overachiever Magazine

Each issue, Overachiever Magazine features pieces of prose and poetry from Asian women and non-binary writers around the world. My poem, "Why do I write, you ask?", was featured for the February II Issue.

Thought Catalog
10 Ways I Honestly Healed And Finally Got Over Heartbreak

Contrary to popular belief, heartbreak does not exist only between couples in relationships. Heartbreak can arise from betrayal in friendships, conflict within families, the passing on of loved ones, or just feeling lost in our lives. Heartbreak not only involves an emotional struggle, but it does have an effect physically as well.

5 Ways I Learned To Deal With Grief

"And once the storm is over you won't remember how you made it through, how you managed to survive. You won't even be sure, in fact, whether the storm is really over. But one thing is certain. When you come out of the storm, you won't be the same person who walked in.

Anak Sastra Literary Journal
Anak Sastra Literary Journal - 42nd Issue

Anak Sastra Literary Journal is a quarterly online publication which hopes to provide a venue for Southeast Asian writers to promote their writings in English. My fiction piece, "Pao Lady", was published in the 42nd issue of this publication.