Now inscribed by UNESCO on the Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity. Find out what this inscription means for Singapore, and how you can do your part to celebrate this integral part of our living heritage.
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What would be really powerful will be hearing the stories directly from the survivors, and interacting with the survivors. I feel that it is really something very precious to hear their story personal story in their own words. It makes a lasting impression to hear from first-hand accounts.Anonymous
Storytelling and experiencing it will mean so much more than just showing. The underserved population will probably not have any intention of visiting museums and festivals as these serve no meaning to them. If stories could be shared with them at young age, they will show more interest in public activities and festivals!
Also, food is the key to Singaporeans’ tummies! It always work.Anonymous
Introduce career opportunities for more archaeologists and heritage workers and include discussions on Singapore’s identity through education and information. Have events and activities that utilises old places and museums, combine VR technology to educate the public on the developments of the area. Also create a human volunteer bank based on the community to increase manpower for festivals and events.Anonymous