At the heart of Hachisu’s business is good design and writing. We have worked with multinational clients including the Fung Group, AIA Group and Keppel Corporation subsidiaries, as well as Non-Governmental Organisations like the Lien Foundation. Take a look at our featured work:



Hachisu has designed product identity for Demochoco, a Singapore-based chocolatier that produces fresh truffles in small, made-to-order batches, eliminating emulsifiers and artificial preservatives.
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One Breath At A Time


By constantly pushing beyond perceived human limitations, athletes rouse the dreams we believed to be sheer fantasies. They become our aspirations. What about athletes with physical disabilities? Could we possibly aspire to be like them, with their evident and seemingly ruinous flaws? What are their motivations?

One Breath At A Time was commissioned by Our Better World, an initiative by the Singapore International Foundation.

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Before We Forget


Before We Forget is a youth-led initiative to foster conversations about dementia in Asia.

We spent more than a year producing an hour-long documentary, three public multimedia exhibitions which drew more than 15,000 visitors in September 2011, and a website to collect stories from people who have been affected by dementia.

The Straits Times, Lianhe Zaobao, my paper, and wrote about Before We Forget. Jeremy also wrote a 12-page story for Reader’s Digest Asia (October 2011 issue).

Canon PhotoYou


Canon PhotoYou Magazine is a photography magazine targeting sophisticated women, and is published by Reader’s Digest Asia for Canon Singapore. The editorial team needed a website to boost the magazine’s Internet presence, and to promote subscription.

Keppel Sea Scan


When Keppel Sea Scan needed to refresh its online presence, Hachisu was hired to design an online catalogue and provide copywriting to reflect the company’s 35 years of experience in the Marine & Offshore and Building Construction industries. Read more.

Stop. Look. Think. Act.


The environmental technology and engineering arm of Keppel Corporation, Keppel Integrated Engineering needed to remind its employees to observe workplace safety practices. We conceptualised and produced a series of 5 posters featuring their employees to remind their colleagues that they are more than just work and the shortcuts they may be tempted to take. Read more.