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This exhibition celebrate the achievements of 50 men and women who have shaped Singaporean life and culture over the past two centuries. These pioneers made important contributions in art, culture, education, business, governance, and public service.
Themed "Kaleidoscope", the three-week long IHC CultureFest will celebrate the richness and diversity of Indian arts, culture and heritage, and feature performances, street fairs, workshops, lectures and film screenings at the centre and around Little India.
This video showcases Singapore’s early sporting history by focusing on the Malay Mail Big Walk, a popular sporting event, in 1965.
This exhibition pays tribute to the women who were at the forefront of community service, specifically from the mid-19th century onwards.
Trace the spread of religions from India to China, Sri Lanka and Southeast Asia in this exhibition.
This memorial exhibition chronicles the life and political career of Singapore's first Prime Minister and founding father Lee Kuan Yew.
The best in Singapore's contemporary art and culture will be presented in various French cities from March to June.
Celebrate the remarkable story of the King of Rock and Roll in this exhibition that showcases rare stamps and memorabilia.
Experience Singapore's transformation through the ages from a humble fishing village to the pride of an empire, before finally achieving the status of being an independent nation-state.
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Last updated - 8 May 2015