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Dr. Kenneth Lyen, an Oxford Alumnus, is a renowned pediatrician currently practicing in Singapore. He has a clinic at Mount Elizabeth Hospital, is a visiting consultant to the School Health Services, and a visiting part-time tutor to the Department of Paediatrics, National University of Singapore Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine.

A founding president of the Rainbow Centre Margaret Drive and the Yishun Park Schools for disabled children and children with autistic spectrum disorder, he has co-authored several books including How to Multiply Your Child's Intelligence: A Practical Guide for Parents of Seven-Year-Olds and Below and Asian Child Care.

He is well-known and appreciated for being an advocate for the musical scene in Singapore. He is the brain child of Five Foot Broadway, a program that has to date incubated 38, and staged over 20 original Singapore musicals.

In addition, he has written and staged 20 musicals in Singapore, including: Big Bang!(1995): based on the life of Stephen Hawking, cosmologist. Orchard Square (1996): four teenagers work out their personal problems. Catch the Rainbow (1997): history of Singapore. Yum Sing! (1999): wedding flashback of how a bride and bridegroom met. Temptations (2000): cross-dressing TV cook show presenter falls for girl. Magic Paintbrush (2001): ancient Chinese folk tale. Song of the Whale (2002): story of Jonah and the whale. Sayang (2002): radio talkshow host and his fan, a lonely florist. Exodus (2003): story of Moses. Making The Grade (2004): Schoolmistress and her problem students. Blue Willow House (2006): About Lim Boon Keng and prostitutes in Singapore at the end of the 19th century. School House Rockz (2008): Television series musical about teenagers and their school problems. Monkey (2009): Puppet musical of an episode from Journey to the West. Cupid's Bet (2010): Love in Orchard Towers. Casino (2010): Gambling in the casino may not be too different from today’s financial markets!
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Total Books: 2
How to Multiply Your Child's Intelligence A Practical Guide for Parents of Seven-Year-Olds and Below