Open only to SHS members with valid membership ‘Zhongshan Warship & Its Treasures’ is the current special exhibition at the Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall.
This exhibition, which ends on 19 April 2015, tells the rich and exciting history of the Zhongshan Warship, a vessel that gained fame in its role in saving Dr.
Organised by The Arts House with guide from the Singapore Heritage Society, Charlotte Chu 9 Nov / 5pm – 6.30pm Free & open to all.
Register here: Sign up for a free poetry-themed walking trail and explore the Bras Basah area through the eyes and words of local poets such as Edwin Thumboo, Alvin Pang and Alfian Sa’at!
Sun Yat Sen and Madam Soong Ching Ling after the rebellion led by Chen Jiong Ming in 1922.
Originally named Yongfeng, it was one of two modern warships commissioned by the Qing Government in 1910.
A Singaporean, he studied mass communication at Ngee Ann Polytechnic before pursuing archaeology at the University of Melbourne – a move sparked as a volunteer at the excavations in St Andrew’s Cathedral in 2003.
In addition, we welcome SHS members to explore the Hall after its recent gallery enhancement project.
Since 2006, Noel runs the Southeast Asian Archaeology Newsblog and his research expertise is in the rock art of Southeast Asia.
He has documented a number of rock art sites, including Gua Tambun in Malaysia, the Pak Ou Caves of Laos, and Poeung Komnou and Poeung Takhab in Cambodia.
Heritage Tour to Northeast Thailand with Dr Noel Hidalgo Tan 18th – 25th July 2015 Northeast Thailand, or Isan, with its natural borders formed by Phetchaburi and Dangrekranges and the Mekong River, is perhaps Thailand’s most remote and little-visited region.
Yet,this is home to some of the richest archaeological sites in Southeast Asia.
This tour will take us to some of the most significant sites on the Khorat Pleateau –spanning from the prehistoric past to the later Dvaravati (6th century) and Angkorian (9th-15th century) cultures.