New Delhi, 16th February, 2015: Oxford Bookstore Connaught Place in association with National Book Development Council of Singapore celebrated Singapore’s diverse culture and distinct literature with leading writers and their fascinating books on 13th February, 2015. The evening included storytelling by Rosemarie Somaiah featuring stories from some of the popular writers from Singapore and a poetry recital by Chow Teck Seng and followed by a panel discussion with Josephine Chia, novelist and memoirist; Haresh Sharma, playwright and novelist Isa Kamari. The discussion was moderated by poet and graphic novelist Dr Gwee Li Sui. Singapore is the Guest of Honour country at the New Delhi World Book Fair 2015. Being a multicultural society, Singapore has lined up various literary programmes at ‘Events Corner’ themed on “Diverse Cultures, Distinct Literature“. Oxford Bookstore Connaught Place offers a carefully curated list of titles for booklovers to browse through and buy and perhaps the world’s largest assortment of teas in the hip Cha Bar, to create a holistic experience for book lovers. The entrance leading to the bookstore houses a big Neon Wall, a cloud of words in English-Hindi-Latin that envelopes book lovers in a universe of emotions linked to reading. Inside, in the tranquil space, hands-on staff, knowledgeable and highly trained book specialists, offer suggestions of handpicked titles from major, independent and indie publishers: a great selection of books, some exclusive to Oxford Bookstore. The selection features both emerging and established authors from India and the world. Shelves stocked with the best in Indian Writing, International Fiction and Translations take one into a spacious, elongated Reading Room which opens onto a dedicated Events Space. Well-researched sections on Languages and New Age books address issues of addiction, relationships, unexplained phenomena, and showcase the best of thinkers and Indian gurus. A wide range of titles in Travel Writing, books that showcase the very essence of New Delhi and a specially curated section of books on tea are other highlights. Children have an exclusive space for browsing, activities and reading and parents can look forward to the Top 10 Gift Books in each age group for a quick and easy pick. Amongst the best in books for different age groups are ones that help the young ones deal with experiences relevant to their age.