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Hungry Ghost Festival or Zhongyuan Festival with Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre

To encourage better appreciation of the Hungry Ghost Festival, the Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre highlights the customs and traditions practised during this month-long festival through a series of programmes. Zhongyuan Festival falls on the 15th day of the seventh lunar month. In Singapore, it is observed for the whole month as it is believed that the gates of hell are opened and spirits are free to wander during this period. This is why it is also popularly known as the Hungry Ghost Festival. Join the Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre as they launch a series of programmes to highlight some of the customs and traditions of this festival.  “Zhongyuan Festival Dos and Don’ts” Interactive Game Is it safe to whistle at night during the Zhongyuan...

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#SmallBigDreamersAtHome: The First Online Festival In Singapore For Children

National Gallery Singapore’s biennial children’s festival, Small Big Dreamers, returns for its second edition as the first online festival in Singapore for children to play, learn and create with art!   As museums remain temporarily closed due to the ongoing COVID-19 situation, the National Gallery Singapore's biennial children's festival, Small Big Dreamers will return with a digital twist from 1 June 2020 to 28 March 2021! Following the introduction of new weekly activities on Gallery Kids! during the May school holiday, #SmallBigDreamersAtHome will be an online art festival aimed at bringing more art experience to families at home! Expect a series of fun and engaging activities curated for children aged 6 to 12. This festival boosts interactive games, and easy-to-follow, hands-on activities designed to let...

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