Changi Airport Group (Singapore) Pte Ltd

The Peranakan Gallery at Changi Airport’s new Terminal 4 (T4), made possible through the generous inkind sponsorship by the Changi Airport Group (CAG), opened its doors to transit travelers on Tuesday, 31 October 2017. Complementing the Peranakan Museum, which explores the culture of Peranakan communities in Southeast Asia, the Peranakan Gallery at T4 examines how Peranakan culture has inspired contemporary living and design. The gallery also highlights how the Peranakans of Southeast Asia, known for their hybrid style, customs, cuisine, language and prolific use of colours, have added vibrancy to Singapore’s societal fabric.

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The Peranakan household section of the T4 Peranakan Gallery. Images courtesy of the Peranakan Gallery, National Heritage Board


Givaudan Singapore Pte Ltd

Givaudan is the world’s leading fragrance and flavours company. A passionate supporter of the arts and heritage scene over the years. Givaudan Singapore Pte Ltd has provided the creative and technical expertise to enrich several National Heritage Board (NHB) institutions and festivals.

In 2017, Givaudan supported the exhibition Work at TJ – The Industrious Pioneers of Jurong at NHB’s first community museum at Taman Jurong, as well as the exhibitions Our Favourite Places – Trolley Bus and Trishaw Trails and Witness to War: Remembering 1942 and the permanent installation Story of the Forest at the National Museum of Singapore. Givuadan also supported the Malay Heritage Centre with scents to complement its Herb and Spice Garden and permanent galleries. In addition, Givaudan created a memorable experience for many overseas Singaporeans by supporting the Singapore Day 2017 in Melbourne with nostalgic and familiar scents.

Story of the Forest by TeamLab. Image courtesy of the National Museum of Singapore.


Lee Foundation

Lee Foundation has been a longtime supporter with its generous cash donations towards the heritage and culture sector. Their valuable support has enabled the Malay Language Council, Singapore, the Promote Mandarin Council and the Tamil Language Council to sustain efforts in promoting the mother-tongue languages through worthy initiatives such as Bulan Bahasa (Malay Language Month), Speak Mandarin Campaign and the Tamil Language Festival. In 2017, Lee Foundation also supported the Chinese Heritage Centre Fund to promote the appreciation of Chinese heritage, and Children’s Season Singapore which allowed young visitors to museums to learn through play and cultivate a lifelong love for our rich culture and heritage.

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Performers at the launch of Bulan Bahasa (Malay Language Month), held at the Malay Heritage Centre in September 2017.

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Performance by a finalist team at the Grand Finals of the Speak Mandarin Campaign Parent-Child Talent Competition 2017.

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Performance at the Launch of the Tamil Language Festival 2017.



Singapore Art Museum

The Singapore Art Museum (SAM) has been a long-time supporter of the Singapore Night Festival. In 2017, SAM supported the festival by providing the venue space for the interactive art installation of 16 human-size figurines known as The Standing Men, which were produced by the Arts et Cultures Numériques (AADN). The Singapore Art Museum also supported the Singapore Night Festival by curating programmes held in conjunction with the festival.

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The Singapore Art Museum facade showcasing The Standing Men by Arts et Cultures Numériques (AADN) from France. Image courtesy of the Singapore Night Festival.

SBS Transit Ltd

SBS Transit Ltd is a leading bus and rail operator in Singapore, and serves more than three million passengers on Singapore’s extensive bus and rail network.


SBS Transit has long supported Singapore’s national language campaigns organised by the Language Council Secretariat. In 2016, SBS Transit provided advertising spaces on its buses, to the Malay Language Council, Singapore for Bulan Bahasa (Malay Language Month), and the Promote Mandarin Council for the Speak Mandarin Campaign.

This has helped the language councils promote the use and champion the preservation of our mother tongue languages.

A public bus advertisement for the Speak Mandarin Campaign supported by SBS Transit in 2017.



A public bus advertisement for Bulan Bahasa (Malay Language Month) supported by SBS Transit in 2017.


Singapore Management University

The Singapore Management University, located in the heart of the Arts and Heritage District of the Bras Basah.Bugis Precinct, has been a long-term supporter of the Singapore Night Festival.

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The Time Minders by La Galerie Mobile (Australia) at the Festival Village. Image courtesy of the Singapore Night Festival.

For Singapore Night Festival 2017, the lawn of the university showcased the Festival Village, a space offering a stellar line-up of musical performances, pro-wrestling shows, roving performance acts and specially curated epicurean and shopping experiences with over 30 flea market and food and beverage stalls.


Singapore Post Limited

Singapore Post Limited (SingPost) is Singapore’s leading provider of domestic and international postal and e-Commerce logistics services.


A long-time supporter of the Singapore Philatelic Museum (SPM), SingPost has been providing financial support and partnering the museum for heritage preservation and public education programmes since the museum’s inception in 1995.


The enduring partnership between SingPost and SPM underscores a common objective to strengthen Singapore and its communities through educational tools and learning resources. SingPost’s contributions and support over the years is a testament of confidence in SPM as a guardian and promoter of Singapore’s heritage.


Some of the SPM’s special exhibitions and programmes that SingPost supported in 2017 were 150th Anniversary of First Postage Stamp Issued in Singapore and Precious Eggs: Of Art, Beauty and Culture exhibitions, and National Stamp Collecting Competition & Draw My Stamp Story Art Competition.

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150th Anniversary of First Postage Stamp Issued in Singapore exhibition featured philatelic rarities and the new commemorative stamp issue that marked the 150th anniversary of Singapore's postal history milestone. Image courtesy of the Singapore Philatelic Museum.



Collecting Magic: From Stamps to Wands Exhibition