Around 500 students from 12 Secondary schools participated in the Cultural Heritage Walk organised by SFCCA and Committee to Promote Chinese Language Learning (CPCLL) on Saturday, 30th June 2018. The students were brought around to visit landmarks of various religious and cultural groups in Chinatown, where the students discovered and experience the authentic cultural scene in Singapore. Event was flagged off by Ms Low Yen Ling, Senior Parliamentary Secretary for Ministry of Education and Ministry of Manpower. Around 100 students and volunteers had supported the event in various capacities.

Group photos of Secondary students from 12 schools with the organisers before the start of Cultural Heritage Walk

Guide from Pioneers’ Memorial Hall briefing students on the contribution of Outstanding Leaders from the Chinese Community

Students filled with curiosity as they viewed the exhibits from Singapore Hok San Association’s Lion Dance Troupe

Students admiring the unique building interior of the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum

Students learning the art of Chinese Calligraphy at Gan Clan Singapore

Students captivated by the Puppet show performance at Singapore Chin Kang Huay Kuan

Students treated with an eye-opening experience of Cantonese Opera Performance at Kong Chow Wui Koon

Student learning the moves of Lion dance from veteran instructor at Singapore Chin Woo Athletic Association

A first time for most of the students to visit Masjid Jamae Mosque as they learn about the mosque and the religious practices

Students were introduced to  how the early pioneers lived through a guided tour at Chinatown Heritage Centre

Students taking in the view of colourful structure of Sri Lanyan Sithi Vinayagar Temple

Interaction between little “model” doning the Hakka traditional costume with GOH Ms Low Yen Ling, SFCCA Secretary-General Mr Patrick Lee and Treasurer Mr Perng Peck Seng

GOH Ms Low Yen Ling hands-on during the Hakka Pastry cooking demonstration with the students