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Drop in for an experience that begins with music and colour and pizzazz reverberating in the street, and ends with genuine, heartfelt connections. We invite you to find your people with us and keep that clan spirit well and alive.

 
 
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Tung On Wui Kun x Binary Style x SCENE SHANG
Founded by twin sister designers, Santhi and Sari Tunas, Binary Style uses scarves as a medium to narrate the Singapore story. Featuring vivid colours and original prints, Binary Style captures the essence of Southeast Asia and the biodiversity of Singapore in their designs. Binary Style is proud to have worked with the likes of National Heritage Board and Singapore Airlines.

Installation: For The Love Of Opera
For The Love Of Opera is a collaborative installation between Binary Style and SCENE SHANG. Inspired by Tung On Wui Kun’s reputation and passion for Cantonese opera, this installation draws on elements of local culture and uses scarves and furniture to reflect the vibrant Cantonese opera troupe culture of Tung On’s heyday.

Gan Clan x Matthew Sia
Founded in 1966, Gan Clan Singapore (formerly known as The Gan Clan Association) is a non-profit organization with roots that dates back to the pre-war days of Singapore in 1926. Today, the growing association has about 700 members and is recognised locally and internationally for its achievements and commitment to heritage preservation.

Installation: Family Ties
Made with a multitude of suspended whirligigs (wind spinners), Family Ties creates a conversation between visitors and the space. Each holographic whirligig bears a Gan Clan value — when connected together, they form a constellation reflecting the clan’s colourful history. Visitors are invited to interact with the installation and explore the Gan Clan’s relevance in a modern, changing world.

Koh Clan x TO THE POWER OF
TO THE POWER OF is a collaborative model initiated by multi-disciplinary art director, Pixie Tan. It plays on the law of exponent, where the collective strength is much better than the lone artist. This iteration of TO THE POWER OF combines the strengths of Pixie Tan, Ng Fong Yee, Mark Lim, Lim Pin Han, and Sebastian Abdul Rahman.

Installation: Let The Good Times Roll
Let The Good Times Roll is an interactive installation born out of combined interests in set design, sound design, and DIY technology. Intuitive and cooperative, this installation invites visitors to work together to complete a tiny quest. If successfully executed, audio and kinetic elements will come to life to eventually let the good times roll.

Tung On Wui Kun x Binary Style x SCENE SHANG
Established by immigrants from the Guangdong province in China in 1876, Tung On Wui Kun is one of the oldest Chinese associations in Singapore. The clan has played a pivotal role in preserving and promoting Cantonese opera in Singapore and maintains an active troupe today.

Installation: For The Love Of Opera
For The Love Of Opera is a collaborative installation between Binary Style and SCENE SHANG. Inspired by Tung On Wui Kun’s reputation and passion for Cantonese opera, this installation draws on elements of local culture and uses scarves and furniture to reflect the vibrant Cantonese opera troupe culture of Tung On’s heyday.

Gan Clan x Matthew Sia
Matthew Sia is an installation artist and interactive designer whose work combines conceptual themes with technological experimentation. A graduate of the London College of Communication with a BA(Hons) in Interaction and Moving Image, Matthew’s installation work has been showcased in London, as well as at various events in Singapore.

Installation: Family Ties
Made with a multitude of suspended whirligigs (wind spinners), Family Ties creates a conversation between visitors and the space. Each holographic whirligig bears a Gan Clan value — when connected together, they form a constellation reflecting the clan’s colourful history. Visitors are invited to interact with the installation and explore the Gan Clan’s relevance in a modern, changing world.

Chin Kang Huay Kuan x Ong Lijie
Founded in 1918, Chin Kang Huay Kuan was established to look after the welfare of fellow immigrants to Singapore from Jin Jiang, Fujian in China, and has more than 1,200 members today. It aims to contribute to the development of culture, education and commerce, as well as preserve and promote Chinese heritage.

Installation: 感情 (Gam Zeng)
This installation explores the nuanced bonds and familiarity between people. Using illustrations silkscreened and painted on fabric and paper, this work celebrates the essence of gam zeng, a dancing scene of a new generation honouring the cultures and traditions of their forefathers in a contemporary context.

Tung On Wui Kun x Binary Style x SCENE SHANG
SCENE SHANG is a contemporary furniture label based in Singapore with roots firmly planted in a rich Asian heritage. Shaped to the semblance of 1930s Shanghai in all its former Art Deco glory, SCENE SHANG ofers affordable, handcrafted furniture that rework Chinese design aesthetics and elements into contemporary furniture design.

Installation: For The Love Of Opera
For The Love Of Opera is a collaborative installation between Binary Style and SCENE SHANG. Inspired by Tung On Wui Kun’s reputation and passion for Cantonese opera, this installation draws on elements of local culture and uses scarves and furniture to reflect the vibrant Cantonese opera troupe culture of Tung On’s heyday.

Koh Clan x TO THE POWER OF
Founded in 1948, the Koh clan (高氏) recently celebrated 70 years of servitude to generations of Kohs in Singapore. The discovery of shared ancestry with four other surname clans (吕、卢、许、纪) some twenty years ago has allowed the clan to develop their inter-clan ties, with 22 world conferences held since in celebration of their shared roots.

Installation: Let The Good Times Roll
Let The Good Times Roll is an interactive installation born out of combined interests in set design, sound design, and DIY technology. Intuitive and cooperative, this installation invites visitors to work together to complete a tiny quest. If successfully executed, audio and kinetic elements will come to life to eventually let the good times roll.

Chin Kang Huay Kuan x Ong Lijie
Ong Lijie is interested in themes of the consciousness, corporeality, and anxieties. Her practice reflects on and investigates the framing and nature of relations between the individual and the collective other. Ong received her BA(Hons) in Fine Arts from LASALLE College of the Arts and Diploma of Fine Arts (Printmaking) from Nanyang Academy Of Fine Arts.

Installation: 感情 (Gam Zeng)
This installation explores the nuanced bonds and familiarity between people. Using illustrations silkscreened and painted on fabric and paper, this work celebrates the essence of gam zeng, a dancing scene of a new generation honouring the cultures and traditions of their forefathers in a contemporary context.

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8 Mar, Fri, 8pm - 8.30pm
9 Mar, Sat, various sessions

Get an exclusive guided tour of Straits Clan, a new members’ club managed by The Lo & Behold Group.

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8 Mar, Fri, 6pm - 7pm
9 Mar, Sat, 12pm - 2pm

Discover more about the lives and achievements of some early community leaders at the Tan Kah Kee Foundation.

Live illustration: Natalie Wee x Casa Poncho
Hit up Casa Poncho, a Latin destination restaurant & bar reminiscent of a grand home in Mexico, where illustrator Natalie Wee will showcase some of her works inspired by themes such as sci-fi, cartoons and Asian heritage.

Sessions
Fri, 8 Mar, 6pm - 7pm;
Sat & Sun, 9 & 10 Mar, 2pm - 3pm, 5.30 - 6.30pm

While stocks last.

Live illustration: Isaac Liang x Katasumi Koohii

Stop by Katasumi Koohii to enjoy freshly baked cakes and drip coffee. Take some time out and enjoy the works of Isaac Liang, a deaf illustrator whose style is influenced by Disney animations, Chinese scroll paintings, and Japanese anime.

Sessions
Fri, 8 Mar, 6pm - 7pm;
Sat & Sun, 9 & 10 Mar, 2pm - 3pm, 5.30 - 6.30pm

While stocks last.

Live illustration: Esther Lim x The LoKal
It’s all about honest, hearty Aussie grub with a local touch at The Lokal. Don't forget to keep an eye out for pieces done by illustrator Esther Lim, aka douchebagbobo, who uses humour to connect with the people around her.

Sessions
Fri, 8 Mar, 6pm - 7pm;
Sat, 9 Mar, 2pm - 3pm, 5.30 - 6.30pm
Sun, 10 Mar, 2pm - 3pm

While stocks last.

Live illustration: Jasmine Ang x Eight Cafe & Bar
Enjoy a medley of Asian Fusion flavours at Eight Café & Bar, which will be featuring works by illustrator Jasmine Ang and her expansive range of illustration styles!

Sessions
Fri, 8 Mar, 6pm - 7pm;
Sat & Sun, 9 & 10 Mar, 2pm - 3pm, 5.30 - 6.30pm

While stocks last.

Buro Ufho x Flagship
Savour a signature Old Fashioned at Flagship, a cocktail bar that’s all about making drinking accessible and fun in an irreverent space, and keep an eye out for the sleek, textural work of BÜRO UFHO, known for their approach that not only inspires but delights.

8EyedSpud x Humpback
8EyedSpud, a hilarious illustration studio spearheaded by Nat Kwee and Jackie Goh, is taking over Humpback, Bukit Pasoh’s favourite neighbourhood seafood restaurant! Come see why everyone has a whale of a time at Humpback and leave with a surprise souvenir.

André Wee x Gibson
Tumble backwards in time or leap into the future as the fantastical cityscapes of illustrator and lecturer, André Wee, collide with Gibson, an award-winning, vintage-styled cocktail bar that sits atop an 80 year-old shophouse.

Based on the Chinese proverb, 衣 (wear) 食 (eat) 住 (live) 行 (travel), SECOND LIFE GREATER LIFE is an exhibition by Grassroots Book Room that showcases the work of 4 artists (Evangelione, MIUN by Noreen Loh, Alan Ooi and WeaWea) and focuses on turning common waste into treasure.

Walk-ins are welcome, but limited seats available.

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9 & 10 Mar, various sessions
Tours in English & Mandarin

Let the student leaders of Anderson Secondary School take you on a journey around the Gan Heritage Centre.

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9 Mar, Sat, 6.30pm - 7pm

Milan Pole Dance Studio proudly presents a gravity-defying pole and aerial arts showcase performed by dedicated instructors. A free performance limited to 25 pax only.

Live illustration: Natalie Wee x Casa Poncho
Hit up Casa Poncho, a Latin destination restaurant & bar reminiscent of a grand home in Mexico, where illustrator Natalie Wee will showcase some of her works inspired by themes such as sci-fi, cartoons and Asian heritage.

Sessions
Fri, 8 Mar, 6pm - 7pm;
Sat & Sun, 9 & 10 Mar, 2pm - 3pm, 5.30 - 6.30pm

While stocks last.

Liveillustration: Isaac Liang x Katasumi Koohii

Stop by Katasumi Koohii to enjoy freshly baked cakes and drip coffee. Take some time out and enjoy the works of Isaac Liang, a deaf illustrator whose style is influenced by Disney animations, Chinese scroll paintings, and Japanese anime.

Sessions
Fri, 8 Mar, 6pm - 7pm;
Sat & Sun, 9 & 10 Mar, 2pm - 3pm, 5.30 - 6.30pm

While stocks last.

Live illustration: Esther Lim x The LoKal
It’s all about honest, hearty Aussie grub with a local touch at The Lokal. Don't forget to keep an eye out for pieces done by illustrator Esther Lim, aka douchebagbobo, who uses humour to connect with the people around her.

Sessions
Fri, 8 Mar, 6pm - 7pm;
Sat, 9 Mar, 2pm - 3pm, 5.30 - 6.30pm
Sun, 10 Mar, 2pm - 3pm

While stocks last.

Live illustration: Jasmine Ang x Eight Cafe & Bar
Enjoy a medley of Asian Fusion flavours at Eight Café & Bar, which will be featuring works by illustrator Jasmine Ang and her expansive range of illustration styles!

Sessions
Fri, 8 Mar, 6pm - 7pm;
Sat & Sun, 9 & 10 Mar, 2pm - 3pm, 5.30 - 6.30pm

While stocks last.

Buro Ufho x Flagship
Savour a signature Old Fashioned at Flagship, a cocktail bar that’s all about making drinking accessible and fun in an irreverent space, and keep an eye out for the sleek, textural work of BÜRO UFHO, known for their approach that not only inspires but delights.

8EyedSpud x Humpback
8EyedSpud, a hilarious illustration studio spearheaded by Nat Kwee and Jackie Goh, is taking over Humpback, Bukit Pasoh’s favourite neighbourhood seafood restaurant! Come see why everyone has a whale of a time at Humpback and leave with a surprise souvenir.

André Wee x Gibson
Tumble backwards in time or leap into the future as the fantastical cityscapes of illustrator and lecturer, André Wee, collide with Gibson, an award-winning, vintage-styled cocktail bar that sits atop an 80 year-old shophouse.

 
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9 Mar, Sat, 11am - 12pm
Straits Clan, Attic at Level 4

Build a better brand by learning how to find your people, serve that community, and have them become your biggest, truest fans.

Featuring Rachel Lim from Love, Bonito; Jonathan Fong & Dexter Tan from Sole Superior; and Stephanie Phua from Duo Studio! Moderated by Jacqueline Chang.

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8 Mar, Fri, 8pm - 9pm
The Working Capitol, The Commons

Want to kickstart your career in design? Pick up tips from seasoned practitioners and design organisations on how to get ahead.

Featuring Mas Shafreen from Band of Doodlers; Natalie Kwee & Jackie Goh from 8EyedSpud; and Rebecca Ting from Beyond The Vines! Moderated by Jacqueline Chang.

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9 Mar, Sat, 7.30pm - 8.30pm
Chin Kang Huay Kuan

Are you constantly inspired by the past? Learn from local brands and designers on how they've embraced our heritage to create new work.

Featuring Santhi & Sari Tunas of Binary Style; Cherin Tan & Jason Tong of LAANK; and Steve Lawler of MOJOKO. Moderated by Jacqueline Chang.

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10 Mar, Sun, 1pm - 2pm
Chin Kang Huay Kuan

Be inspired by younger generation brand owners as they share how they've invigorated their family business through design and partnerships.

Featuring Morgan, Lincoln and Ryan Yeo from Roger&Sons; Jeanette Lim and Jane Goh from RJ Paper; and Emily Sim from Panelogue. Moderated by Jacqueline Chang.

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10 Mar, Sun, 5.30pm - 7pm
Chin Kang Huay Kuan

What is design and why does it matter? The Design Society goes back to basics with experts from branding, graphic design, and architecture.

Featuring Larry Peh from &Larry; Ong Ker-shing from Lekker Architects; and Izyanti Asa'ari and Iffah Dahiyah from Fellow. Moderated by Jacqueline Chang.

 
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A Fresh Taste of Peranakan Cuisine by Candlenut
9 Mar, Sat, 5pm - 6pm

Attend an intimate tasting session with Chef Malcolm Lee of Michelin-starred Peranakan restaurant, Candlenut. Learn more about his inspiration and philosophy, watch how he designs and plates, and sample delectable signature dishes from his kitchen. 

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Capture Treasured Memories Journaling Workshop by Chen Pooi Chin x Chin Kang Huay Kuan
9 Mar, Sat, 2pm - 4pm

Learn how to journal with journal maestro and author, Chen Pooi Chin! This workshop will guide you on how to create a journal for capturing their family stories.

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Hand-building Pottery by Studio Asobi
9 Mar, Sat, 11am - 12.30pm

Learn how to make and personalise your own pasoh (pottery) from Studio Asobi! Using ancient pottery hand-building techniques, learn to mould a vessel that you can use for your everyday needs. No experience required. Suited for those aged 7 and above.

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Heritage Trail around Bukit Pasoh Road by Grassroots Book Room
9 Mar, Sat, 5pm - 6.30pm

Take a walk around our charming Bukit Pasoh neighbourhood and discover fun facts and historical gems. Led by Grassroots Book Room, an independent bookstore specialising in Chinese books and local literature, this family-friendly heritage trail will also let children design their own shophouses using a variety of handmade rubber stamps.

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Poetry in a Bottle by The Wine & Gourmet Friends
9 Mar, Sat, 4pm - 5.30pm 
10 Mar, Sun, 4pm - 5.30pm

Intimidated by wine? Let William Seah, owner and sommelier of The Wine & Gourmet Friends, show you how to enjoy and understand it.

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Sea The Light Lantern-Making Workshop by Lighting Detectives
8 Mar, Fri, 6pm - 9pm

Amid a sea of flickering candles, learn to appreciate darkness in Singapore’s bright nightscape. Decorate your own lantern and display it along a back alley in the neighbourhood, which will be awash in a magical, glowing blue! Free and family-friendly, this workshop is conducted by Lighting Detectives, which creates open platforms to promote the respect and enjoyment of the beauty of lighting across different cultures.

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STREET CELEBRATION

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GREAT MUSIC BY
ZOUK & BANDWAGON

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GOOD FOOD
GOOD DRINKS

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COMMUNITY
ART

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GREAT
COMPANY

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