28th
December
2011

Tan Si Chong Su Temple – a haven of luck and blessing

 
By Pushpitha Wijesinghe

The Tan Si Chong Su Temple, an ancestral Hokkien temple, is a popular tourist attraction in Singapore. Built in 1876, it also serves as a centre for the Tan clan community in Singapore and is believed to emanate a fascinating … Continue reading

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28th
December
2011

Pearl’s Hill City Park – A Scenic Sanctuary In The City

 
By Pushpitha Wijesinghe

Located in a part of Singapore’s vibrant Chinatown area, Pearl’s Hill City Park is a scenic sanctuary that offers welcome relief for those looking to take a break from the busy city streets. Nestled on a hill, the park is … Continue reading

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27th
December
2011

Chinese Heritage Centre – Discover the diversity of Chinese culture

 
By Pushpitha Wijesinghe

The CHC or Chinese Heritage Centre focuses on studying, understanding and sharing information on Chinese communities established outside of China. The complex is housed within the Nanyang University Administration Building and displays a vast knowledge of everything Chinese. Explore the … Continue reading

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