Singapore Heritage Festival 2019 @ SYSNMH: Sketches of Balestier

Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall
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Did you know that Balestier used to be a sugarcane plantation? Discover the hidden and lesser-known stories of Balestier through an exciting array of activities at Singapore Heritage Festival 2019, including an interactive art installation, treasure hunts and the refreshed Balestier Heritage Trail!

Activities are free unless otherwise stated.


Make Your Own Badge: Icons of Balestier
23 & 24 March 2019
10.00am – 5.00pm
Join illustrators from the Lianhe Zaobao Student Correspondents Club in designing your own button badge!

Children’s World @ SYSNMH: A Glimpse of Balestier
24 March 2019
2.00pm – 5.00pm
Be a young explorer for a day and uncover a glimpse of Balestier in the past as you navigate your way through a series of interactive activity stations with students from Ngee Ann Polytechnic!

Tiger Cartoon Drawing Workshop
23 March 2019
2.30pm – 4.30pm
Admission is free. Registration required.
Create your own cartoon tiger comic strip and pay tribute to Balestier’s wild past in this workshop led by local cartoonist, Winsun!

“NiuBiZi and HIs friends” Cartoon Drawing Workshop 
24 March 2019
10.30am – 1.00pm
Admission is free. Registration required.
Learn how to draw the “NiuBiZi” cartoon in this workshop led by local illustrator, Anngee Neo! Best suited for children 8 years and above.

Stories for Children: Wu Song Fights a Tiger
24 March 2019
2.30pm – 3.30pm (Chinese) / 4pm – 5pm (English)
Delve into traditional fables such as the tale of “Wu Song Fights a Tiger” from the Chinese Classic, “Water Margin”.



Event Information

Singapore Heritage Festival 2019 @ SYSNMH: Sketches of Balestier

Start date: 23/3/19 10:00
End date: 24/3/19 17:00

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