2016年03月06日

Symposium on A General History of the Chinese in Singapore

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Singapore Federation of Chinese Clan Associations (SFCCA) held a symposium on "A General History of the Chinese in Singapore" on 6th March 2016 at the National Library of Singapore.

Symposium on A General History of the Chinese in Singapore2020-04-22T11:26:21+08:00

2015年10月24日

“Famous People and Temples” Symposium

2020-04-22T11:30:37+08:00

The "Famous People and Temples" symposium, organised by Singapore Federation of Chinese Clan Associations, took place on 24th October 2015 on the fifth level of the National Library of Singapore. Four famous academics—Mr Kua Bak Lim, Mr Kenneth Dean, Dr Xu Liying and Dr Yeo Kang Shua—were invited to talk about the relation between famous [全文]

“Famous People and Temples” Symposium2020-04-22T11:30:37+08:00

2015年07月08日

“A General History of the Chinese in Singapore” To Be Officially Published This November

2020-04-22T11:34:26+08:00

After more than three years of preparatory work, the book "A General History of the Chinese in Singapore" has been completed and will be published in November. To celebrate our nation's 50th birthday as well as the Singapore Federation of Chinese Clan Associations’ (SFCCA) 30th anniversary, the SFCCA will be publishing this monumental piece of work [全文]

“A General History of the Chinese in Singapore” To Be Officially Published This November2020-04-22T11:34:26+08:00

2014年10月23日

“Guan Gong Culture” Talk

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On 23rd October 2014, Mr Zeng Cheng Cong, a famous painter of Guan Gong from Quanzhou, Fujian, China and Mr Mei Zheng Zheng, a research fellow from the Chengdu Wu Hou Shrine in Sichuan did an enthralling sharing on the Guan Gong Culture to give the audience a better understanding of Guan Gong's mental outlook. [全文]

“Guan Gong Culture” Talk2020-04-22T11:37:39+08:00

2014年05月24日

A Forum On The Four Talents in Singapore History

2020-04-22T11:40:07+08:00

Singapore Federation of Chinese Clan Associations' Research Committee organised a forum on the four talents in Singapore history in the National Library of Singapore on 24th May 2014. The invited speakers Mr Kua Bak Lim, Mr Ning Ngui Ngi, Ms Jessie Yak and Mr Ho Yi Kai shared interesting anecdotes about the four talents—Yeh Chi-Yun [全文]

A Forum On The Four Talents in Singapore History2020-04-22T11:40:07+08:00

2013年09月21日

A Forum on Baba Culture – “The Straits Settlements” Series

2020-04-22T11:46:52+08:00

The Straits Settlements refer to a group of British colonies comprising Singapore, Penang and Malacca. Historically, these three states were closely inter-connected. In order to strengthen interaction and ties between the Singapore and Malaysia academic communities, the SFCCA organised a forum on Baba culture on 21st September 2013 (Saturday), from 9.30am to 5pm, at the [全文]

A Forum on Baba Culture – “The Straits Settlements” Series2020-04-22T11:46:52+08:00

2013年05月14日

“Mysteries in Singapore” Talk

2020-04-22T11:13:31+08:00

Due to the good response received from the first two sessions of the "Singapore Memories" talk series, Singapore Federation of Chinese Clan Associations' Research Committee organised a third talk about the "Mysteries in Singapore" on 4th and 11th May 2013. The talk focused on the unsolved and disputed mysteries in Singapore. The invited speakers aroused [全文]

“Mysteries in Singapore” Talk2020-04-22T11:13:31+08:00

2012年09月15日

“Money by Mail” Seminar

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Entitled "Money by Mail to China: Dreams and Struggles of Early Migrants", the exhibition on remittance letters, organised by the Singapore Federation of Chinese Clan Associations and National Library Board of Singapore, in partnership with the Quanzhou Archives, Fujian Province, China, runs from 13th September 2012 to 27th January 2013 at the National Library of [全文]

“Money by Mail” Seminar2020-04-22T11:09:34+08:00

2012年04月22日

The Four Historical Buildings: Recalling Memories of Singapore

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Four speakers telling stories of the history of the four famous buildings. From the left, Mr Wu Qing Hui, Mr Kua Bak Lim, Mr Li Yeming (Chairman of the session), Mr Pan Xuan Hui, Mr Chen Ji Lian and Mr Chen Ding Hui (intepreter) Singapore is a legendary island-nation. Our ancestors had braved through a [全文]

The Four Historical Buildings: Recalling Memories of Singapore2020-05-01T17:15:36+08:00
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