Due to tightened safe management measures, the physical programme has been cancelled. We will be in touch with participants who had signed up.
If you are interested to find out more about Chinese clan associations, you can join in this online live dialogue titled "My Journey as a Millennial Growing Up in Clan Associations" organised by Kwong Wai Siew Lee Clan Association. For more information about the association's activities, please contact their Assistant Secretary, Mr Lee at email@example.com.
Lee Dai Soh's voice used to reverberate across homes and coffeeshops in Singapore, charming audiences with his riveting takes on Cantonese tales. Relive his animated storytelling sessions in this programme featuring clips from his Rediffusion broadcast days. Lee Dai Soh, having “succeeded” streetside storytellers who used to entertain crowds in Chinatown in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, was a masterful storyteller who became a household name for his work on radio station Rediffusion in the 1950s and 1960s.
Take a walk down memory lane in this special programme featuring audio recordings from his historic and extremely popular broadcast sessions. This physical programme features audio recordings of the historic Rediffusion broadcast of Lee Dai Soh (1913-89).
About Kwong Wai Siew Lee Clan Association
Kwong Wai Siew Lee Clan Association (广惠肇李氏书室) is a 147-year old Cantonese association at 25 Ann Siang Road which organises regular events to promote Chinese culture.