29 - 26 May • 10:00am •
Ride and discover the rich history of Singapore’s healthcare landmarks and food culture in our everyday commute.
Experience a taste of Singapore heritage in the heart of the City, only at CapitaLand malls - Bugis Town, Clarke Quay, Funan, Plaza Singapura and Raffles City!
10 May • 07:00pm •
Discover hawker culture of old along the Singapore River through the stories and memories of David Lim
29 May • 10:00am • 25 Ann Siang Road
What goes on behind the “closed doors” of clan associations? How are they relevant to youth today? Hear from lion dancer and pugilist Lynn Wong, a millennial who grew up in not just one, but several clan associations!
16 May • 02:00pm • Bukit Batok
An intimate online theatre about the journey of the Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) Singapore brand. Shared by three generations of Host Storytellers and co-created with Theatre Today.
16 May • 11:00am • Serangoon
Immerse yourself in an intimate online theatre experience and discover the origin story of one of Singapore’s oldest Ayurveda clinics with a history dating back to 1932!
8 - 9 May • 10:00am • City Hall
8 - 9 May • 11:00am • City Hall
Have fun in this interactive and hands-on experience to uncover beyond taste, how our local favorite food, prata comes about and the making of it!
3 - 30 May • 10:00am •
Here’s your chance to try out various heritage-inspired online games from the comfort of your own home! With just a few clicks of the mouse you will be able to learn how to make chicken rice; help an elderly hawker work out; and even sell ice-cream from a cart!
3 - 30 May • 10:00am • City Hall
Capitol Singapore and CHIJMES celebrate Singapore’s food culture with a wide array of local dishes and an exciting food festival and façade projection featuring your favourite hawker dishes!
22 May • 09:30am • Jurong
Make and take home your own bottle of soya sauce in this hands-on session with Nanyang Sauce brewery! You’ll also get to learn the secrets behind the factory’s organically fermented artisan brew from third-generation owner Ken Koh.
Let poet Marc Nair engage your senses and brew you a soothing tale about one of the oldest systems of medicine in the world – Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) – in this spoken word performance
Inspired by the relocation of a maternity ward from the junction of Stamford Canal and Victoria Street to the Kandang Kerbau area, artist Cheyenne Alexandria Phillips shares with us what it means to move a hospital in this spoken word performance.
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