Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre Hosts Life Is Sweet: Ang Ku Kueh Girl Exhibition

Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre Hosts Life Is Sweet: Ang Ku Kueh Girl Exhibition
Image: Ang Ku Kueh Girl Facebook Page
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Life is Sweet: Ang Ku Kueh Girl is a free exhibition held at the Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre’s Level 9 and 10 Foyer till 30 June 2022.

Life is Sweet: Ang Ku Kueh Girl
Image: Ang Ku Kueh Girl Facebook Page

Through a series of illustrations written and created by Wang Shijia, this exhibition showcases Ang Ku Kueh Girl discovering the true source of happiness and beauty through everyday events in her daily life.


Life is Sweet: Ang Ku Kueh Girl

first-ever exhibition
Image: Ang Ku Kueh Girl Facebook Page

Visitors can see the adorable antics and adventures of Ang Ku Kueh Girl paired with words and cute illustrations at its first-ever exhibition. It features comics updated with fresh new details, colours and a brand new video. Other than comics with meaningful messages, there are also cutouts that visitors can pose and take pictures with when admiring the exhibition.


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Free virtual Ang Ku Kueh Girl stickers

Free virtual Ang Ku Kueh Girl stickers

Other than the free exhibit, visitors can download a WhatsApp and Telegram sticker pack. Filled with fun and festive virtual stickers, this unique pack provides a refreshing way for people to send greetings to their loved ones.

The pack consists of ten bilingual stickers, five of which are animated. It can be downloaded on the Google Play Store, App Store or Telegram. Read the tutorial at the link here.


Celebrations at the Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre

Life is Sweet: Ang Ku Kueh Girl is one of the programs happening as part of the Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre’s Chinese New Year celebration, but also a part of their year-long celebration as part of their 5th anniversary. The centre was opened by their Patron, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong on 19 May 2017.

Programs include an interactive website, a heart-warming video series and a concert with some of our biggest local music artists. Read more about the various celebrations at the link here.


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