Jointly organised by Singapore Federation of Chinese Clan Associations (SFCCA) and Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre (SCCC),  “Heartstrings of Singapore” Photography Competition aim to encourage the public to record the Chinese culture and capture the diversity of Singapore’s social fabric  through photography, This event is co-organised by Singapore Lam Ann Association and Singapore Amoy Association and also supported by Photographic Society of Singapore and National Integration Council.

As a prelude for the upcoming Photography Competition,  “Capture the moment of Cultural Vitality” Photography Workshop was held on Sunday, 3rd September 2017, 8.30am, at SFCCA Level 2 Conference Room. This workshop aimed to provide a platform for photography enthusiasts to gather and share their  photography techniques as well as to discuss on the cultural theme of the competition.  The event received enthusiastic response with nearly 200 people attended the workshop, including our non-Chinese photography enthusiasts.

Nearly 200 people attended the photography workshop

Malay, Indian and Chinese models dressed in their traditional ethnic costumes

Participants were taking photographs on-site

Model posing presented different posture based on different locations

Mr Lee Hai Poh was sharing his photography experience

Conference room packed with audiences

Audience participated actively during Q& A session

SFCCA Society Affairs Committee Mr Ng See Pein presenting certificates of appreciation to Mr Lee Hai Poh