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  • MUSE SG Volume 13 Issue 01

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    With Singapore having ratified the UNESCO convention to safeguard ICH in 2018 and having nominated Hawker Culture to the UNESCO Representative List of ICH, MUSE SG is launching a two-part series that uncovers the various ICH practices in Singapore. In this first issue, we explore traditional Malay dance, soya sauce brewing, songbird rearing, Catholic traditions during Easter, Eurasian food heritage, Ayurveda and the techniques of effigy-making.

  • MUSE SG Volume 12 Issue 02

    Muse Vol 12 Iss 2

    MUSE SG commemorates Singapore’s bicentennial with a four-part series that explores how our place histories have shaped and contributed to the Singapore Story. In this issue, we focus on the unique heritage of Tiong Bahru, Bidadari, Buona Vista, Kembangan, Seletar, Singapore River and Little India.

  • MUSE SG Volume 12 Issue 01

    muse sg vol 11 issue 2

    MUSE SG commemorates Singapore’s bicentennial with a four-part series that explores how our place histories have shaped and contributed to the Singapore Story. In this issue, we shine the spotlight on the heritage of Serangoon Gardens, Geylang Serai, Balestier, Marine Parade, Telok Blangah, Kreta Ayer, Joo Chiat, and Bukit Timah.

  • Muse SG Volume 11 Issue 02

    muse sg vol 11 issue 2

    MUSE SG commemorates Singapore’s bicentennial with a four-part series that explores how our place histories have shaped and contributed to the Singapore Story. In this issue, we shine the spotlight on the heritage of Hougang, Whampoa, Chai Chee, Eunos, Tai Seng, Woodlands, Jurong and Orchard.

  • Muse SG Volume 11 Issue 01

    Muse SG Vol 11 Issue 01

    MUSE SG commemorates Singapore’s bicentennial with a four-part series that explores how our place histories have shaped and contributed to the Singapore Story. In this issue, we focus on the unique heritage of Toa Payoh, Bishan, Kallang, Yishun, Bukit Panjang and Punggol.

  • Muse SG Vol 10 Issue 2

    MUSE SG Vol 9 Issue 1

    In this issue, we explore Singapore's past all the way back to the Neolithic era - learning how, despite the lack of documented history, there is compelling evidence that points to civilisations existing in Singapore and around the region some 3,000 years ago.

  • Muse SG Vol 10 Issue 1

    MUSE SG Vol 9 Issue 1

    In this issue, we focus on the history behind several of Singapore's early estates, and how they came to be shaped by commercial and industrial factors as well as governmental policies.

  • Muse SG Volume 9, Issue 3

    MUSE SG Vol 9 Issue 1

    In this issue, two of the exhibitions covered will feature topics that transcend the boundaries of time and geography. The first - Shaking it with Shakespeare provides interesting insights into how a man who lived more than 400 years ago continues to make his presence felt in countries all over the world today. You can discover more about the life and impact of this literary genius through our Looking for Shakespeare article.

  • Muse SG Volume 9, Issue 2

    MUSE SG Vol 9 Issue 1

    In our cover story – Bedok Heritage Trail: A Glimpse of the Seaside Town of the Past (page 10), we discover the history of Singapore’s multicultural eastern coastal settlements with the meaningfully designed Bedok Heritage Trail. Follow the footsteps of fishermen and farmers as they ply their trade, and learn about the unique stories behind the names and origins of various kampongs that used to dot the east.

  • Muse SG Volume 9, Issue 1

    MUSE SG Vol 9 Issue 1

    This issue profiles 12 individuals for The Stories Behind the Jubilee Walk, showcases intimate life stories and each is interwoven with the histories of our iconic sites, offering greater insight to how far modern-day Singapore has come from its past.

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