27 Jun 2020 - 24 Jul 2020

Whole day

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Travel across Asia, and take an adventure to a whole new world through exciting tales with ACT 3 International’s audio storytelling. Learn more about sunken treasure from the Tang Shipwreck Collection and create your own octagonal cup inspired by ACM's gold cup that travelled the seas from China to Southeast Asia.


Saturdays@ACM is supported by UOL.

 

 

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Audio storytelling by ACT3 International

Discover Asian folk stories this month. Find out what happened to the cursed giant from Pahang in the story of Sang Kelembai, or join a kind Japanese fisherman at a grand celebration under the sea in Taro's Promise.

 

Listen to the stories by clicking on the hyperlinked titles and read along with us for Taro's Promise.

 

Suitable for ages 4 to 8.

 

 

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Make your own octagonal cup by Lollibox

Download the craft template and recreate this fine masterpiece from China that is part of the Tang Shipwreck Collection. Check out its special design. Put on your favourite music and dance, just like the dancer on the cup.

 

Don’t forget to share your creations with us @ACM_SG and #acmsg

 

 

All resources will be available online between 27 June and 24 July 2020.

 

Audio Description Tour

Click on this video to find out more about the octagonal cup, or discover the Tang Shipwreck Collection with our new audio description tours here

 

 

 

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Meet the Dragon! Activity Card

Like to learn more about an object from the Tang Shipwreck Collection? Click here.

 

Suitable for ages 4 to 10 years old, with parental guidance.               

 

 

The fun doesn't stop here! Discover more videos and download e-resources inspired by objects in our National Collection today.

 

What else would you like to see? Complete a short survey here to share your thoughts. 

 


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