About Campaign

ends 02 May 2022, 11:59 PM
The Changi Chapel and Museum will reopen with new content and artefacts presented in an intimate and engaging format to tell the story of the prisoners of war (POWs) and civilians interned in Changi prison camp during the Japanese Occupation. As part of the revamp, the National Museum of Singapore has been collecting stories and personal objects from families of former internees that emphasise their personal experiences. The museum's narrative is centred on remembrance and reflection, encouraging visitors to contemplate both the hardships that the internees underwent, as well as their courage and resilience in the face of difficulties.

About the Charity

The National Heritage Board's mission is to preserve and celebrate the shared heritage of our diverse communities, for the purpose of education, nation building and cultural understanding. It manages the national museums and heritage institutions, sets policies relating to heritage sites, national monuments, and the national collection. Through the national collection, NHB curates heritage programmes and presents exhibitions to connect the past, present, and future generations of Singapore. We need your support in order to grow and sustain our efforts in conserving our heritage and culture.

For more information on the full scope of NHB's work, https://www.nhb.gov.sg/

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Pride in our past, Legacy for our Future.

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Arts & Heritage
Education
Elderly
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