[CLOSED] Seekor Singa, Seorang Putera, dan Sebingkai Cermin: Reflecting and Refracting Singapura
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UPDATE, April 6: In light of the recent changes due to the coronavirus pandemic, the exhibition is closed form April 7.
The Malay Heritage Centre is housing a very special exhibition that invites all to explore Singapore's significance in the maritime world. Go back in time and watch it all unveiled through the lens of various Malay world perspectives and indigenous material culture, juxtaposed against European colonial sources. Through resurfacing these earlier histories, narratives and representations, the exhibition showcases multiple contexts to reveal how the Malay community is formed in nineteenth-century Singapore, and aims to expand historiographies of Singapore and its connections to the region.