Dates: 1 to 31 December 2020
Conducted over Zoom
Programmes are ticketed at $20 per parent-child (before GST)

Looking for meaningful activities to get your child interested in learning Chinese? This December holiday, do the lohei twist and make music with your child; discover more about our festivals like Chinese New Year and Mid-Autumn Festival through fun quizzes and storytelling; and recreate popular local dishes through craft! Bond with your child and discover more about our Chinese Singaporean culture through these exciting programmes – all from the comfort of your own home!

These programmes are held as part of the Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre’s exhibition SINGAPO人: Discovering Chinese Singaporean Culture.


How Do We Celebrate Chinese Festivals?
by Preschool Market

Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre's December School Holiday Online Programmes

Timings:

  • 4 December 2020, 11am (Conducted in Mandarin)
  • 4 December 2020, 2pm (Conducted in English)
  • 5 December 2020, 9.30am (Conducted in Mandarin)
  • 5 December 2020, 11am (Conducted in English)

Register here: sistic.com.sg/events/zlholiday1220

What is the Mid-Autumn Festival? How is it celebrated in Singapore? Learn more about the Mid-Autumn Festival through a fun quiz and story-telling session, followed by a craft activity where you can create your very own lantern!

Recommended for ages 4 – 6 years old. Minimum 10 children and maximum 20 children per session.

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Spot the Cultural Difference
by Preschool Market

Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre's December School Holiday Online Programmes

Timings:

  • 10 December 2020, 2pm (Conducted in Mandarin)
  • 10 December 2020, 4pm (Conducted in English)
  • 12 December 2020, 10am (Conducted in Mandarin)
  • 12 December 2020, 11.30am (Conducted in English)

Register here: sistic.com.sg/events/zlholiday1220a

What are some commonly celebrated Chinese festivals around the world? What is distinctive about our food and language? Discover more about our Chinese Singaporean culture through an interactive quiz and get a chance to create your very own local dish!

Recommended for ages 7 – 12 years old. Minimum 10 children and maximum 20 children per session.

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Let’s Do the Lo Hei Twist!
by Intune Music

Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre's December School Holiday Online Programmes

Timings:

  • 19 December 2020, 11am (Conducted in Mandarin)
  • 19 December 2020, 1pm (Conducted in English)

Register here: sistic.com.sg/events/zlholiday1220b

What is the origin of ‘lohei‘? How is it a distinctive dish that reflects how Chinese New Year is celebrated in this region?
Watch a video and be inspired by The Lo Hei Song before trying your hand at rewriting the lyrics and composing your very own song!

Are you always trying to get your child interested in the Chinese language? Opt for the session conducted in English to learn Chinese in a fun way through singing and writing.

Recommended for ages 10 – 12 years old. Minimum of 15 children and maximum 20 children per session.

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Uniquely Singaporean!
by Amazing Art Shuttle

Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre's December School Holiday Online Programmes

Timings:

  • 12 December 2020, 11am
  • 17 December 2020, 2pm

Conducted in English only.

Register here: sistic.com.sg/events/zlholiday1220c

How did Hainanese chicken rice come about? How is it related to Chinese Singaporean culture? Trace the origins of this dish through a series of entertaining videos and inquiry questions and look to create your very own version of this popular dish!

Recommended for ages 10 – 12 years old. Minimum 10 children and maximum 20 children per session.

For more information about SINGAPO人: Discovering Chinese Singaporean Culture, please visit www.singaporeccc.org.sg

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