Little by Little
Arts Connection: Little by Little (British High Commission and The British Club)
Scones and ketupat and town-criers! Our friends from the British community in Singapore and Little Arts Academy youth recently had a whale of a time swopping traditions and culture. From scones, a 16th century Scottish tradition to making ketupat, that yummy side dish to satay! And yes, before instant messaging and telephones, there was someone called a town-crier, whose job it was to literally call out the news to the people. Cool job!
Strengthening Meaningful Connections between the US and ASEAN
How should ASEAN’s strategy evolve to build capacity at the people-to-people level? What kind of initiatives can deepen integration and cultivate shared values among US and ASEAN communities? Thought leaders from the US and Singapore...
Singapore and Cambodia Collaborate to Bring Clean Water To Over 70,000 Cambodians
Four-year project in Siem Reap builds on success of previous Water for Life projects, augments Cambodian government’s goals and global efforts to provide universal access to safe drinking water.
Singapore Insights: Social Innovation and Enterprise
How is Singapore moving towards a more inclusive society? 28 Siyuan scholars and their teachers visiting from Fudan University, Shanghai participated in the Singapore Insights: Social Innovation and Enterprise programme to find out more.
ECE Mumbai Launch
On 19th July 2017, the Singapore International Foundation launched a three-year partnership with Mumbai-based Muktangan, a programme of The Paragon Charitable Trust, to increase the quality of early childhood education in Mumbai. The Early...
Friends for a Better World
Through the lens of National Geographic, find out how our Citizen Ambassadors help to build a Better World.