Children and their families had fun learning about Malay, Chinese, Indian and Peranakan cultures. Each week’s online activities highlighted a different culture. Virtual events included live gameshows, arts and crafts workshops and a Foodie Journey.
Held on Saturdays, participants showed their artistic flair in online craft workshops, where they discovered the art of batik and tile painting, flower garland creation and rainbow calligraphy. Craft kits needed for each activity were delivered to registered participants.
During the Peranakan tile painting workshop, participants received exclusive insights from the curator and owner of The Intan, Baba Alvin Yapp, about the Peranakan culture, and learned the art of painting beautiful and colourful tiles. The Intan is the first home museum in Singapore dedicated to the Peranakan culture, and is also the inspiration to our Peranakan-themed T-Play at Khatib Clubhouse.