The Future of Our Pasts intern Teo Zi Qing finds out more about the critically endangered Kristang language, and efforts to revive it, through playing a special board game.
The Future of Our Pasts interns participate in Amanda Heng’s Let’s Chat, a performance art piece presented at the NUS Museum as part of Radio Malaya: Abridged Conversations About Art. Teo Zi Qing tells us more.
We speak to a team of students across NUS, NTU, Yale-NUS, Oxford, Columbia and LSE, who are working together on'You Don’t Need Much Space to Have Sex’; Casting Singapore’s History Through Intimacies'. They hope to investigate how forms of intimacy have manifested across time in Singapore, and highlight the inherent complexity and diversity in our understandings of love, intimacy, marriage and sexuality.
Four Royal College of Music student-musicians from Singapore explore the idea of Singaporean composition in a Western Classical Music tradition. Through Project IdIOM, they ask whether a collective identity exists in concert music written by Singaporeans, while gaining a new appreciation of our composers.