Little by Little

Little by Little, launched in October 2011, is a monthly series of cultural exchanges where SIF partners the international community in Singapore to promote understanding and appreciation of different cultures towards bridging Singaporeans and world communities. The programme focuses on engaging the diplomatic and professional community in Singapore.

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!


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19 February 2019
The Ten-Year Singapore-Indonesia Collaboration in Palliative Care Further Expands to West Java

The new collaboration will see the re-engagement of five master trainers from earlier projects in Jakarta contributing as mentors in Bandung – a testimony to its sustainability.

18 January 2019
Singapore and China Join Hands to Address Shared Challenge in Palliative Care

Three-year programme brings Singaporean and Chinese healthcare professionals together to improve standards of medical and care services for end-of-life patients in Yunnan.

27 December 2018
Experiencing Singapore’s Heart and Soul through its social innovations

Eight journalists, five countries, one cross-cultural experience of a lifetime.

14 December 2018
ASEAN Youth Fellowship

From 10 to 16 November 2018, 40 young leaders from all 10 ASEAN nations across the private, public and people sectors gathered in Singapore for the inaugural ASEAN Youth Fellowship (AYF). The AYF was jointly organised by the Singapore International...

3 December 2018
#SIFBetterTogether

Journey with our favourite local personalities as they team up with our Singapore International Volunteers to do good overseas!



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