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Scents, Senses and Sensibilities - A Javanese Approach to Wellness

30 May • 04:30pm

Learn about the common types of jamu and how you can prepare them at home.

Introduction to Pre/Post Natal Care

30 May • 02:00pm

Find out what traditional Javanese pre- and post-natal care entail and how you too can benefit from this age-old knowledge.

Living Legacies: In Sickness and In Health

3 - 30 May • 10:00am

Responding to traditional healing practices across different ethnicities and cultures, three contemporary artists present newly commissioned digital artworks.

Traditional Culinary Icons and Healthy Food

29 May • 04:30pm

Learn about the humble Nasi Padang and the dishes that make it up.

Ritual to Table: Nasi Ambeng as Culinary Heritage

29 May • 02:00pm

Learn more about nasi ambeng and other Javanese dishes in this talk.

Cinema Reclaimed: Live Dialogue

29 May • 11:00am

Join us for a live dialogue session with the men behind the first edition of Cinema Reclaimed. They will shed light on their chosen theme of medicine and modernity.

Evolution of Volunteering in the Healthcare sector

22 May • 02:00pm

In some cases you might need strong muscles to help lift patients. On other occasions, you might simply need to be a good listener. Veteran healthcare volunteers will share about the qualities required to succeed in the sector. They will also detail the challenges and rewarding experiences associated with volunteerism in a live digital dialogue session.

Our Medical Journey

8 May • 11:00am • Gallery Theatre @ National Museum of Singapore

Come and join us as local photographer Bob Lee recounts his experience of capturing the day-to-day life of a nurse in this unprecedented times.

ACM: Remembering Hawker Culture Along the River

Discover hawker culture of old along the Singapore River through the stories and memories of David Lim

Brush, Brush, Brush Your Teeth

Wielding 10-cents toothbrushes, school-going children once squatted along drains to brush their teeth. Learn more about this Dental Health campaign in the 60s to 70s by joining a mummy and daughter duo in their short story and sing-along!