Little by Little with the Thai Community

The SIF partnered the Thai community in Singapore through our Little by Little (LbL) programme which is a series of cultural exchanges that aims to promote understanding and appreciation of different cultures. The August session was conducted in collaboration with our Friends of Singapore from the Thai Association Singapore and the Thai Student Society Singapore, together with volunteer trainers from Fitness First and members of the Nanyang Technological University Mixed Martial Arts Club, who shared the Art of Muay Thai for students of 10 Square @ Orchard Central.

If you have a short story, song, dance or other art forms representing your culture/community in Singapore to share with the students of 10 Square@ Orchard Central, please connect with us at zoe.tan@sif.org.sg.

10 Square @ Orchard Central students with our friends from the Thai Association (Singapore), Thai Student Society Singapore, trainers from Fitness First and members of the NTU Muay Thai Club.
The session ended with the serving of traditional Thai snacks and drinks such as Khanom Tom and Nam Bai Bua Bok.
Thai and Singaporean students picking up Muay Thai moves from the volunteer trainers and students from the NTU Mixed Martial Arts Club.
Thai and Singaporean students picking up Muay Thai moves from the volunteer trainers and students from the NTU Mixed Martial Arts Club.
Volunteer trainers from Fitness First showcasing various kinds of martial arts in Singapore.
Volunteer trainers from Fitness First showcasing various kinds of martial arts in Singapore.
Narut Thanakulpun from the Thai Student Society Singapore sharing insights into the influence of Muay Thai on Thai popular culture.
Students of 10 Square @ Orchard Central watching a compilation of Muay Thai scenes in Thai movies.
Ms Sasiwimon Wongjarin, Committee member of the Thai Association (Singapore), introducing insights into the Thai way of life through their traditional martial arts form Muay Thai.
Ms Pornpimol Chalermpalanupap, Vice-President of the Thai Association (Singapore), sharing insights into the Thai community in Singapore with the students.
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