Chinatown Mid-Autumn Festival 2019, in its 18th year, is going to commemorate Singapore’s Bicentennial celebrations with waves of celebration and nostalgia sweeping through Chinatown this September 2019, being the only one and only Singapore Bicentennial edition of the Chinatown Mid-Autumn Festival. Many exciting programmes have been lined up for this
Mid-Autumn Festival 2019 is coming soon in September! Come on down and celebrate Mid-Autumn Festival at Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall at the Wan Qing Mid-Autumn Festival 2019 on 7th and 8th September from 10:30am to 9:00pm! There are many exciting programmes and events lined up during Wan Qing
At the second floor foyer of Asian Civilisations Museum (ACM) in Singapore, a yellow gown with a 16-foot train stands there in the middle on a mannequin display, totally blowing many people away and off their minds. This yellow gown is not just bright, colourful, with exquisite workmanship and fashion
A community heritage gallery opening up in the heartlands of Singapore, bringing history, heritage, culture, conservation, preservation, learning and an all important intangible cultural heritage closer to the public. Introducing Kreta Ayer Heritage Gallery, this is National Heritage Board’s (NHB) first community gallery that focuses on intangible cultural heritage. This
At one of the crossroads in the world for international trade and shipping, Singapore’s rise as a global maritime hub, from her days as an entrepot trade to one of the busiest shipping hub in the world today. The role, signifiance and contribution of Singapore’s shipping industry cannot be underestimated.
Memoirs of Nanyang, a Siong Leng Musical Association’s production commissioned by Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre. A spectacular, magical and beautiful peformance, an eye opener into a world of a unique and bold fusion of Nanyin music and Peranakan culture. As you watched and immersed yourself into the heart, mind and
Take a nostalgic walk back in time at this special exhibition “Packaging Matters” at National Museum of Singapore, into the world of food and its packaging in Singapore, in the era of the early bottling and canning factories in the late 19th to early 20th centuries, to the light industries of the