How did Chinese Singaporeans develop the habit of having kaya toast for breakfast, and what is kopi siudai? Why do Chinese Singaporeans lohei during Chinese New Year and observe Zhongyuan in the seventh lunar month? How did these habits and practices develop, and what are some other Chinese Singaporean customs? Join a tour specially curated for new citizens and non-Singaporeans to better appreciate the distinctiveness of Chinese Singaporean culture. Each session includes a guided tour and short discussion segment.
Tour is free. Suitable for those aged 15 and above. Each participant will also receive a complimentary bottle of Cooling Water from Three Legs brand.
All sessions fully booked. Stay tuned for more updates!
Jan 08, 2022 - Dec 03, 2022
8 January 2022 [Ended]
12 February 2o22 [Ended]
5 March 2022 [Ended]
2 April 2022 [Ended]
7 May 2022 [Ended]
4 June 2022 [Ended]
2 July 2022 [Fully booked]
6 August 2022 [Fully booked]
3 September 2022 [Fully booked]
1 October 2022 [Fully booked]
5 November 2022 [Fully booked]
3 December 2022 [Fully booked]
10am — 11.30am (registration from 9.45am)
SINGAPO人：Discovering Singapore Chinese Culture
Singapore Chinese Culture Centre, Level 2
Conducted in English & Mandarin
Aged 15 and above