Over the years, we have worked on various projects including developing publications, walking trails and curating exhibitions.
Some of our projects include:
RESEARCH & WRITING
Maddie Makes Friends 2| Housing Development Board (HDB) | 2015
Worked with HDB’s student heartland ambassadors to conceptualise and write a sequel to Maddie Makes Friends for pre-school and lower primary students.
Maddie Makes Friends | Housing Development Board (HDB) | 2014
Worked with HDB’s student heartland ambassadors to conceptualise and write a storybook for pre-school and lower primary students.
Infopedia | National Library Board | 2012 – 2014
Researched and wrote more than 60 articles on Singapore history and culture. Topics include local ethnic groups, fashion, personalities, places and events.
Who is Cheong Soo Pieng? | National Art Gallery | 2013
Conceptualised and wrote this children’s guide to Singapore pioneer artist, Cheong Soo Pieng.
History of prisons in Singapore | Singapore Prison Service | 2013
Researched and documented the history of the Singapore Prison Service from 1819 to 2012. (Internal research document)
MusicSG | National Library Board | 2013
Researched and wrote 25 articles related to Singapore music, institutions and personalities.
Singapore childhood: our stories then and now | Singapore Children’s Society | 2012
Researched and wrote Singapore Children’s Society’s 60th anniversary publication. This book traces the development of children’s welfare from the 1950s to the present-day.
Educational materials | Ministry of Education (MOE) | 2010 – 2015
Conceptualised, researched and wrote readers for pre-school readers, and social studies readers and textbooks, for various MOE units.
Educational kit | Preservation of Monuments Board (PMB) | 2009
Developed an information and educational kit for Singapore’s national monuments.
EXHIBITIONS & TOURS
Humanity in Medicine | Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine, NTU | 2015
Researched and curated an exhibition on the history of medical humanitarian work in Singapore. The exhibition also features organisations and individuals who have been involved in medical humanitarian work, both in Singapore and overseas.
Leading Ladies: Women Making A Difference | National Musuem of Singapore | 2015
Researched and curated an exhibition on the 100-year-old Chinese Women’s Association, and other women pioneers in Singapore’s history. They include women who have contributed to education, social welfare and medical care.
Singapura: 700 Years | National Musuem of Singapore | 2014
Researched and curated an exhibition tracing Singapore’s history from the 14th century to the 1975. The focus of the exhibition was the changing lives of people who lived in Singapore during the different times.
Neil Road-Blair Plain walking tour | Baba House, NUS Museums | 2009 – 2011
Developed and designed a 45-minute heritage walking tour of the Neil Road – Blair Plain conservation area.
Oral history | River Valley High School | 2015
Designed and conducted a workshop on oral history skills for Year 4 students.
Curating exhibition 101 | Raffles Institution | 2014
Designed and conducted a workshop on curating exhibition for Years 5 & 6 students.
Oral history | Hwa Chong Institution | 2013
Designed and conducted a workshop on oral history skills for Years 2 & 3 students.
Oral history | Raffles Institution | 2013
Designed and conducted a workshop on oral history skills for years 1 to 4, and JC students.
Basic research skills | LaSalle College of the Arts | 2011 – 2013
Designed and conducted a Basic Research Skills module for BA Arts Management students.