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Battleground of addiction is in the mind

The Sunday Times, Views The ST. 9 January 2022 by Jix Sze. Note: Article is only accessible if you are a subscriber to the digital version of The Straits Times.

Someone was there for me

Prison Fellowship Singapore (PFS) 24 December 2021. Interview with Jix Sze.

Life’s lessons: What I learnt from mending pipes to teaching young children

The Straits Times, Opinion. 3 September 2021 by Dr Weelai Suwanarat. Note: Article is only accessible if you are a subscriber to the digital version of The Straits Times.

Cannabis is less dangerous? Not to me

The Straits Times, Opinion. 24 December 2020 by Jix Sze. Note: Article is only accessible if you are a subscriber to the digital version of The Straits Times.

“If you can change water into wine, please turn the urine test from positive to negative”: A drug addict’s desperate prayer

Salt and Light 30 November 2019 by Jane Lee. Interview with Jix Sze.

This childcare expert can also repair your leaking tap

The Sunday Times, It Changed My Life 10 March 2019 by Wong Kim Hoh. Interview with Dr Weelai Suwanarat.

Learning to Transform

THINK, The HEAD Foundation Digest. October 2018 by Jix Sze.

How learning gave me hope to alter a drug-fuelled destiny

The Straits Times, Opinion. 14 July 2018 by Jix Sze. Note: Article is only accessible if you are a subscriber to the digital version of The Straits Times.

Poppin’ Pillys

Nanyang Polytechnic CATCH Online & Printed Magazine June 2018. Interview with Jix Sze.  

From drug addict to expert trainer

The Sunday Times, It Changed My Life 28 January 2018 by Wong Kim Hoh. Interview with Jix Sze.

CHASING the DRAGON OUT: An inspiring story of a drug addict’s altered destiny.

Jix Sze launched his autobiography on 13 January 2018. Published by Marshall Cavendish International. Foreword is written by Dr Ronald P. Ng – a Clinical Haematologist. Blurb is written by Dr Tan Lai Yong – Director, NUS CAPT. Author of Biting The Bamboo. He is known as the Singaporean “Barefoot” Doctor and “Wandering Saint”.