Chinese New Year in Singapore is marked annually by the Chingay Parade, a procession of creative floats and spectacular performances that highlight the nation’s multicultural heritage. This year, as Singapore celebrates her 50th birthday, the Chingay took on the theme “We Love SG” (Singapore), which saw a total of 230 local and 17 international contingents joining in the festivities.
Collaborations For Social Good
Singaporeans partner with individuals, corporations and other nations to enrich the lives of...
Connect, Engage And Collaborate For Global Good
DiverseCity 2014 celebrates a multitude of inspiring stories of connections, cross-cultural...
A Bulgarian couple’s love affair with all things Peranakan.
A harmonious musical exchange echoing the tunes of friendship and cross-cultural collaboration...
A Decade Of Exchanges, A Lifetime Of Friendships
A celebration of Singapore-China friendship nurtured through the Singapore International...
Riding To Save Lives
Two surgeons ride their motorcycles from Singapore to Sweden in 100 days to raise awareness of...
Disabling Stereotypes, Enabling Dreams
A collaboration between Singapore’s International Festival of Arts and Theater HORA, a...
Scaling The Peak
A mountain trekking trip in Bali led Simon Chan to set up Trek for Hope, a social enterprise...
Towards Social Integration
From IT specialist to café owner with a social mission, Roland Tay now provides...
Building Enduring Friendships
Volunteer Anthony Mok discovers more in the SIF’s Water for Life project by extending a...
More Than A Stroke Of Genius
Multi-disciplinary artist Tan Swie Hian’s international achievements have put Singapore on...
Reflections On Singapore's Heart And Soul
REFLECTIONS ON SINGAPORE’S HEART AND SOUL Former Singapore president S.R. Nathan talks...
Get Out And Walk
Uncover glimpses of Singapore’s heritage through walking tours led by non-Singaporeans.
Passion To Change The World
SIF’s Young Social Entrepreneurs Programme powers up their business plans for social...
Businessman Wayne Abdullah extends a helping hand to the needy in Cambodia, the Philippines and...
Bin Not Want Not
Less food wastage means more meals for the hungry in society.
Vive La Singapore!
The best of Singapore’s contemporary art, culture and heritage will be showcased in France...
Do Singaporeans Overanalyse?
DO SINGAPOREANS OVERANALYSE?
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