How Curators Piece a Nation's Story Together

Neighbours | 04:23 mins

What comes to mind when you think of the objects on display at the National Museum of Singapore?

Wartime documents? Sir Stamford Raffles’ portrait? You probably never imagined our childhood games, comic books or even an old kueh mould would make the cut, but they do!

From old NS uniforms to cheongsams and even a roast duck oven, find out how these seemingly everyday items can play a part in sharing Singapore’s story! 🔎

 

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