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Cultural exhibition "Blooms of Vitality, Colors of Life" launched in Singapore

Updated: 2016-01-13 14:17:40

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A cultural exhibition, "Blooms of Vitality, Colors of Life", which showcases Chinese culture in Singapore, was launched in Singapore on Jan 9.

The exhibition was officiated by Baey Yam Keng, parliamentary secretary for Ministry of Culture, Community and Youth, at Singapore Conference Hall adjacent to the building of the Singapore Chinese Cultural Center (SCCC).

"Blooms of Vitality, Colors of Life" is Singapore's first multimedia exhibition on local Chinese culture, which amasses information and materials provided by some 300 local agencies, clan associations, cultural organizations and individuals last year with an investment of 550,000 Singapore dollars (381,260 U.S. dollars).

Organized by the SCCC, the exhibition explores Chinese culture in the city state from perspectives of humanities, and presents its vitality through poetic narratives.

The exhibition showcases the evolution of Singapore's unique Chinese culture with vivid expressions, interactive exhibits and special visual projections with four sections.

The exhibition will open to the public from Sunday to Jan. 31. A series of specially designed "Cultural Weekends" activities will be held during the period, including "My Singapore Story" micro film showcase, topical lectures, new music creations and multicultural dances.

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