Annual Festival for Youths ‘RE•MIX 2k21’ Returns with a Line-up of Online and On-site Programs

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Discover a fresh side of the Chinese Singaporean culture at RE•MIX 2k21, the Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre’s annual festival for youths!

Annual Festival for Youths ‘RE•MIX 2k21’ Returns with a Line-up of Online and On-site Programs

Presented by the Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre (SCCC), the annual festival for youths, RE•MIX 2k21 returns this year with a hybrid format. Running over two weekends, from 15 Jan to 24 Jan 2021, you can expect exhibitions, fashion show, silent music parties, escape games and performances in both onsite and online formats!

Here’s a look at some of the festival highlights!

1. All Walks of Love

Location: SCCC Creative Box, Level 6 
Date: 15 Jan – 28 Feb 2021
Time: 10 am – 8 pm (last entry: 7 pm)
Fee: $10 (single ticket)

All Walks of Love is a visually stunning interactive exhibit, which explores how love plays a part in Chinese Singaporean culture from cradle into adulthood. Not only will the showcase make a stellar addition to your Instagram feed, but it will also make you nostalgic with icons like a life-sized see-saw and large red eggs used for a baby’s full moon celebration!

2. RE•MIX 2k21: Fashion Design Exhibition 

Location: SCCC Practice Room, Level 10 
Date: 15 Jan – 24 Jan 2021
Time: 10 am – 8 pm 
Fee: Free

This year’s festival saw the first-ever RE•MIX 2k21: Fashion Design Competition wherein young Singaporeans created innovative fashion pieces, drawing inspiration from their Chinese Singaporean cultural identity. You can explore their works at the on-site exhibition or online. You can cast your vote your favourite piece by 23 Jan 2021. The RE•MIX 2k21: Fashion Design Award Presentation will be live-streamed on 24 Jan 2021 at 5 pm on SCCC Facebook/RE•MIX microsite.

3. RE•MIX the Dance Workshop – Street Dance VS Chinese Dance

Image credits Zina Tan

Location: O School Studio
Date: 22 Jan 2021
Time: 9 pm 
Fee: Free (pre-registration required)

Whether you’re an aspiring dancer or are passionate about the art, you are welcome to join this collaborative workshop by local street dancer Xuehui Loy and Chinese dance artist Zina Tan. Not only will you learn how to use Chinese moves and music in modern dance styles, but you will also learn that dance is the universal language that binds different cultures together.

4. Pan!c at the Gallery - The RE•MIX Escape Game

Location: SCCC Singapo Exhibition, Level 2
Date & Time: 

  • [Onsite] 16 – 17 & 23 – 24 Jan 2021: 1 pm & 3 pm
  • [Online] 16 – 17 & 21 – 24 Jan 2021: Weekday - 7 pm & 9 pm | Weekend - 2 pm, 4 pm, 7 pm, & 9 pm 

Fee: $6 – online (single ticket) | $27 – onsite (festival pass)

Calling all aspiring detectives, an infamous criminal mastermind has declared his malicious plans to take down a prominent member of the local Chinese community. You need to bring all your skills to the table to put an end to this nefarious scheme! Rumour has it that he has been spending a lot of time at the SINGAPO: Discovering Chinese Singaporean Culture exhibition.

In the online version of this escape game, you will have to navigate the gallery through virtual-mapping technology to crack the case.

5. SGAG Night ‘Live’ @ RE•MIX

Location: Online
Date: 23 Jan 2020
Time: 8 pm 
Fee: Free

Join the SGAG crew, Pam, Nadia, Brightman, Xiaoming, and Maddy, as they compete against each other in a series of entertaining games that will test their knowledge of the Chinese Singapore culture. You can catch them on either SCCC’s Facebook or SGAG’s Facebook page.

6. Chop! Chop! Rubber Stamp Carving Online Workshop

Location: Online
Date: 23 Jan 2021
Time: 2 pm 
Fee: $30 (single ticket)

Up your art and crafts game by making your very own rubber stamp with local stamp carver Baisimu! Learn the secrets of rubber stamp carving in this hands-on session, and take home a local food-themed stamp of your own creation.

Image credits Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre



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Malini Pannirselvam
Dedicated writer by day, avid reader by night, language fanatic all the time, and aunt to nieces and nephews every day

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