Popped down with Ethan and Tina to Chinese Heritage Centre to check out Sunday Playday, a programme that is part of Explore Singapore! organised by the National Heritage Board, National Library Board and Media Development Authority. The event provided hands-on and light-hearted ways to learn about all things Chinese. Well, my son Ethan certainly enjoyed his time there and brought home a neat little souvenir to boot!
Here are some photos for your viewing pleasure.
Busloads of seniors (sound familiar?) leaving CHC after a swell time discovering what makes one Chinese.
Stall holders peddling Chinese accessories, books and other products.
Some finished papyrus kraft artworks. Looks richly textured and colourful eh?
Kids being engaged for hours at something non-IT or Internet related. Amazing!
Ethan learning the finer touches of papyrus kraft from TOL ArtVenture boss Jace Ng
Tina giving little Ethan a hand to speed things up a little.
Ethan trying his luck at a huge snakes and ladders game. Preparing for the IR boy?
Visitors to the galleries of Chinese Heritage Centre
More gallery visitors enthralled by a guide's fascinating explanation.
Hong bao making galore, attracting fans young or young at heart.
Some of the lovely finished products being displayed. Definitely not your cheap and tacky Chinatown souvenirs!
Labels: Chinatown Heritage Centre, Museum Roundtable, museums, NHB, Sunday Playday