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  • Invitation to Heritage Korea 2020 at Gyeongju, a UNESCO city for second time by connecting its local vendors to Singapore vendors.



  • Hosted the visit by senior management of He Xiang Ning Art Museum, Shenzhen, China to various museums including Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall, NTU Chinese Heritage Centre, Gan Heritage Centre, National Gallery and Asian Civilisation Museum.



  • Invitation to Heritage Korea 2019 by National Research Institute of Cultural Heritage and Cultural Heritage Administration at Gyeongju, a UNESCO city for matching networking sessions with local vendors in the field of cultural heritage, visiting the national monuments and archaeology sites as well as their preservation efforts.

2018 – 2019    

  • Representative in focus group roundtable discussions by National Heritage Board on submission of Our SG Hawker Culture nomination to UNESCO, Intangible Cultural Heritage and traditional trades in Singapore as well as the development project for Founders’ Memorial.

2015 2020

  • ​We are the appointed Service Provider for Design and Research Service by National Heritage Board (NHB) for five national museums.


  • SG50 Celebration Fund awardee by Ministry of Community, Culture & Youth and National Heritage Board for a publication “Singapore Interpretation, The Heritage Story”. 1,000 complimentary copies are given to community organisations, schools, higher learning institutions and public libraries. Book launch was graced by Guest-of-Honour, Mr Tan Chuan-Jin, Minister for Social and Family Development and Guest Speaker, Professor Wang Gungwu, Chairman, East Asian Institute, National University of Singapore.


  • Establishment of Grow Heritage Fund at Nanyang Technological University for Chinese Heritage Centre to encourage Chinese heritage awareness amongst younger generation.

2012 2021

  • Participated in Gan Clan Singapore’s transformation plan 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. The launch of bilingual Gan Heritage Centre in Sep 2013 by Guest-of-Honour, Minister Gan Kim Yong and the initiation of the pilot school programme with Gan Eng Seng Schools in promoting Asian values in multicultural Singapore.

  • Top Honours for Clan of the Year 2013 and 2015 awarded by Singapore Federation of Chinese Clan Associations. It was submitted as grant nominee by National Heritage Board (NHB) for Istana’s consideration in President’s Charity Cup 2016 and won the cultural award.



2015 2017

  • We are the appointed Educational Service Provider of Chinese Assistance Development Council (CDAC) and Private Operator of People's Association (PA).


2011 2012

  • Partnering with Singapore Zoo and People’s Association in launching Mobile Application Learning Trails for preschoolers and primary students islandwide to promote the use of Mandarin language.


  • Launched the Inaugural Teachers Capability Development with The Federation of Chinese Associations-Carlsberg Education Fund, the largest private education philanthropy fund in Malaysia, as a corporate social responsibility project across four states - co-organised by Southern University College, Han Chiang University College, New Era University College and University of Tunku Abdul Rahman, and attended by 2,500 MOE teachers, researchers and policy makers.

2007 2009

  • Funded by Spring Singapore to implement ISO 9001:2000, 9001:2008 Quality Management System, Intellectual Property Management, Branding Exercise and Business Intelligent Enterprise Solution.


2004 – 2011       

  • Setting up own chain of learning centres impacting more than 7,300 learners.


2004 2006

  • Incubation of research and content development in the field of Multiple Intelligences and Visible Thinking in teaching and learning context.

Opening of Gan Heritage Centre


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. It is now a member of Museum Roundtable under National Heritage Board since 2015.

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