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He was born and grew up in Gedung Kuning, in Kampong Gelam.Khir obtained a BSc in Mathematics from the Santa Clara University and a Master in Education from Stanford University.Commenting on the controversy which engulfed the Smithsonian Institution last year, Flecker thought it was a pity the artefacts from the Belitung Shipwreck were not exhibited as they held significant educational value.He also noted that the Belitung artefacts are a valuable heritage resource for Singapore, as they shed light into an earlier part of Singapore’s history not fully researched just yet.Location: Possibility Room, Level 5, National Library Building Time: 8.30 am to 3.00 pm Date: 8 September 2012 (Saturday) Refreshments will be provided.Admission is free, but as seats are limited, please register at the following URL: On a rainy Saturday afternoon on 14 April 2012, over 150 people were treated to an informative and enlightening public forum on ‘The Cost and Value of Heritage in Singapore: The Belitung Shipwreck and Bukit Brown.’ The forum panel included Dr Michael Flecker, Managing Director of Maritime Explorations, Dr Hui Yew-Foong, Fellow at the Institute of Southeast Asian Studies (ISEAS), Mr Kwa Chong Guan, Member of the National Heritage Board and the Chairman of the National Archives Board, and Assistant Professor Jack Tsen-Ta Lee, faculty member at the School of Law, Singapore Management University.More information and application form is available in HERE.A Word Document version of the application form is available HERE.
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Event Details Date: (Saturday) Time: 3.00 pm to 5.00 pm Venue: Possibility Room, Level 5, National Library Building Registration: Event is free but registration is required. Celebrating Bukit Brown By The Singapore Heritage Society and All Things Bukit Brown Sunday 20 January 2013, 2pm – 8pm The Substation Theatre Admission: Free of charge Since the government’s decision to build a road through Bukit Brown Cemetery wasannounced in 2011, Singaporeans from all walks of life have flocked to the 200 year-old cemetery to accquaint themselves with its rich heritage and lush greenery.
Local volunteers, academics, and artists have dedicated their time and craft to capture, recordand understand the legacy and meaning of Bukit Brown and its place in our nation’s history.
It is a one-day event comprising photo exhibitions, poetry, expert presentations, theatrical readings, a public forum and a film screening. There will be books and other merchandise available for purchase. Talks by battlefield archaeologist Jon Cooper on WWII 2.
We invite you to bring artefacts, family mementoes and creative output (art, painting,poetry, music) to share your stories, and pen on the wall what Bukit Brown means to you. Presentation on the material culture of Bukit Brown and the Chinese diaspora by Dr Lai Chee Kien 3.