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Dover Court Year 10 iGCSE and Year 12 IBDP Mandarin visit to Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre

18 February 2019

Last Thursday Year 10 iGCSE and Year 12 IBDP Mandarin class students visited Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre for an exhibition called ‘New World, New Life’.

 

  • Dover Court International School Singapore  iGCSE and IB Mandarin Trip to SCCC
  • Dover Court International School Singapore  iGCSE and IB Mandarin Trip to SCCC
  • Dover Court International School Singapore  iGCSE and IB Mandarin Trip to SCCC
  • Dover Court International School Singapore  iGCSE and IB Mandarin Trip to SCCC
  • Dover Court International School Singapore  iGCSE and IB Mandarin Trip to SCCC
  • Dover Court International School Singapore  iGCSE and IB Mandarin Trip to SCCC

The students revisited the past at the exhibition and experienced how local Chinese people’s ancestors sailed across the seas in inhumane conditions, how they supported each other, how they nurtured the next generation through setting up schools, what ‘kampung’ games they played and much more.

The exhibition content spans two centuries and has many interactive elements to attract the interest in Singapore’s history and instil a greater sense of recognition for Singapore’s Chinese heritage. The students enjoyed the trip and learned a lot in this joyous activity.

Mr. Jonathan Leow
Head of Mandarin