Amos Lee

The diary of mischievous Singaporean schoolboy Amos Lee broke records in its home country and has made waves abroad—the series has been translated into Indonesian, simplified Chinese, Slovakian and sold in India and Hong Kong. Connecting with his many young fans with irreverent and up-to-the-minute musings from his bathroom, Amos Lee also brought his unique brand of potty humour to the small screen—a ten-episode TV adaptation was aired in Singapore in January 2012.

The series has been translated and published in Chinese, Bahasa Indonesia, Vietnamese and Slovak.