MUSE SG – On soya sauce and its flavourful heritage

MUSE SG is a collaborative effort between the National Heritage Board and NUS History Society. Every semester, students in the History community are given the chance to research on a selected topic and thereafter contribute an article to the publication. In this series, we interview writers of MUSE SG Volume 13 – The Intangible CulturalContinue reading “MUSE SG – On soya sauce and its flavourful heritage”

MUSE SG – Tracing the steps of Malay dance

MUSE SG is a collaborative effort between the National Heritage Board and NUS History Society. Every semester, students in the History community are given the chance to research on a selected topic and thereafter contribute an article to the publication. In this series, we interview writers of MUSE SG Volume 13 – The Intangible CulturalContinue reading “MUSE SG – Tracing the steps of Malay dance”

MUSE SG – The last of Chinese effigy-making

MUSE SG is a collaborative effort between the National Heritage Board and NUS History Society. Every semester, students in the History community are given the chance to research on a selected topic and thereafter contribute an article to the publication. In this series, we interview writers of MUSE SG Volume 13 – The Intangible CulturalContinue reading “MUSE SG – The last of Chinese effigy-making”

MUSE SG – Cultivating the hobby of songbird rearing

MUSE SG is a collaborative effort between the National Heritage Board and NUS History Society. Every semester, students in the History community are given the chance to research on a selected topic and thereafter contribute an article to the publication. In this series, we interview writers of MUSE SG Volume 13 – The Intangible CulturalContinue reading “MUSE SG – Cultivating the hobby of songbird rearing”

MUSE SG – On faith and heritage of the Catholic community

MUSE SG is a collaborative effort between the National Heritage Board and NUS History Society. Every semester, students in the History community are given the chance to research on a selected topic and thereafter contribute an article to the publication. In this series, we interview writers of MUSE SG Volume 13 – The Intangible CulturalContinue reading “MUSE SG – On faith and heritage of the Catholic community”