I wanted to share about my surgery and experience as I was misdiagnosed and began to see how patriarchy in our society effected even health advice from doctors and autonomy over choices I had to make for my own body as a woman. Everything is connected. If you have the time please take a look, as a doctor perhaps you can shed some light as to why there is so little information about fibroids, uterus health & why hysterectomies are so easily suggested to treat conditions that don’t require such procedures.
Time: 7 – 9p.m. Singapore time
Venue: Zoom link will be provided
About Masia One
Masia One, also known as the Far East Empress, is an artist that cuts through the drone of life, inspiring people to reconnect with their own sovereignty.
Born in Singapore and raised in Canada, she broke stereotypes for Asian and female artists in Toronto’s bourgeoning Hiphop scene. She earned her stripes working from L.A. to New York as a song writer and creative consultant, and later moved to Jamaica to work out of Bob Marley’s Tuff Gong Studios. Now this artist is reconnecting with her roots in SE Asia and re-emerging as the #FarEastEmpress. Masia One is an artist,entrepreneur and cultural ambassador.
Fulfilling so, she set out on an unlikely path of becoming a full-time Hiphop artist after graduating in Architecture from the University of Toronto. Her antithetical journey paved the way for her work with top artists and eminent producers suchas Pharrell, John Frusciante, RZA (Wu-Tang Clan) and Che Pope (Kanye West, Jay-Z, Lauryn Hill). Her music has been featured on Netflix series including Tiny Pretty Things, Snow Piercer, Wu Assassins, Altered Carbon and Fast & Furious 8.
Beyond the music, Masia shares her wealth of experience and knowledge and has been featured as a keynote speaker on such platforms as Giglife Pro, Kult Creative and Culture Cartel. She has recently been named the Singaporean director of Generation Hiphop, a global Hiphop initiative founded by Ndaba Mandela, grandson to the late Nelson Mandela. She continues to use her music as a vehicle to effect positive change, most notably through her 2021 campaign @not.allthatglitters
drawing attention to ending sexual abuse and providing a platform for survivor stories.
Upcoming projects include the development of her Jamaican Jerk Sauce company @sukasukasauce, as well as the release of her upcoming album Fly Fienix (2022) with long time collaborator DJ ALX.