A Good Hood: Where Values Come Home is a travelling exhibition on 10 universal values and will be travelling to different venues in across the island.
Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre (SCCC), Indian Heritage Centre and Malay Heritage Centre collaborate for the first time to jointly develop A Good Hood: Where Values Come Home travelling exhibition on 10 universal values. It showcases values such as loyalty, filial piety, kindness, righteousness, integrity, and perseverance which are shared across various ethnicities.
An Interactive Play Exhibition for Families
Designed with young families in mind, stories from Chinese, Malay and Indian cultures are infused into the exhibition’s narrative, showcasing the importance of these values through a dynamic fusion of storytelling and play. Visitors are treated to a meaningful cultural experience while embracing the essence of cherished values that transcend cultural boundaries.
This exhibition thrusts families to interact and play with the exhibition, while inviting them to learn and explore the different essential values important to various communities in Singapore.
Visitors will experience how these values, passed down from ancestors through stories and traditions, are represented in Chinese, Malay and Indian cultures. Through traditional stories, contemporary narratives, idioms, and proverbs from different cultures, the exhibition illustrates how these shared values contribute towards building a cohesive community in Singapore.
10 Universal Values
- Filial Piety
- Considerate Behaviour
- Sense of Shame
The exhibition will be launched at SCCC before making its way to shopping malls, libraries and schools over the next 18 months.
- Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre: 15 Dec - 7 Feb 2024
- library@chinatown: 8 Feb - 1 Mar 2024
- Heartbeat@Bedok: 1 Apr - 22 Apr 2024
Head to https://www.singaporeccc.org.sg/ for the updated list of venues for the exhibition.