EMPOWERMENT THROUGH HERITAGE
One small step driven by the passion for heritage
Key to our sense of place and identity, heritage helps us learn from the past as we progress to the future and plays an integral role in our economic regeneration
Who We Are
We are a social enterprise with a heart for heritage. With our eyes on evolving changes and our ear to the ground, we work through diverse channels to educate and engage people with heritage stories that are a part of their past, a guide to the present and an inspiration for their future. Heritage is a legacy to be understood, cherished and preserved. We are Neumind and we want to bring heritage in a new way to the next generation.
Do you know that culture is the fourth pillar of sustainable development?
The definition of development in Article 3 of the UNESCO Universal Declaration on Cultural Diversity (2001) for heritage, interpreted in its broadest sense: ‘development, understood not only in terms of economic growth, but also as a means to achieve a more satisfactory intellectual, emotional, moral and spiritual existence’.
CAPACITY BUILDING FOR CULTURAL REJUVENATION
TRANSFORMATION AND GOVERNANCE
HERITAGE KOREA 2019
Gyeongju, a UNESCO- designated city
Invitation for participating HERITAGE KOREA 2019, the only trade fair for cultural heritage and museums which organized by Korea's National Research Institute of Cultural Heritage (www.nrich.go.kr) alongside exhibitions and conference in September 2019, Gyeongju City, Korea - former capital of Silla Dynasty, a UNESCO-designated city.
galleries . exhibitions . digitisation . events
publications . programmes
Appointed as Curator and Project Consultant in Gan Clan Singapore’s transformation plan including strategic planning and standard operating system for the clan association as well as spearheaded the setting up of Gan Heritage Centre with grant funding from National Heritage Board and renovation investment of $600,000. It is now a member of Museum Roundtable under National Heritage Board since 2015.
Provide research advisory to documentary production by IFA Media, REMEMBER OUR HOUSES about the revival development of Chinese clan associations in Singapore.
Gaining access to their clans and more, Douglas embarks on a journey to understand the purpose of clans today, their struggles, and how they are fighting to stay relevant in the midst of modernity and apathy.
27 Oct 2019 |
Panel presentation on Gender Equality and Meritocracy: Women Empowerment in Clan Associations, with 550 participants by World Gan Clan Women Conference in Fujian, Eng Choon, China.