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About Us

The Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre (SCCC) is a charity and Institution of Public Character (IPC). We support our local arts and cultural groups through commissions, venue partnership and arts housing to promote and develop local Chinese culture. Through engaging and accessible content, we hope to nurture a greater appreciation of our multi-cultural identity and instil a stronger sense of belonging.

To ensure that our programmes remain accessible to the public, many of our events are free or only charge a nominal fee.

Our Programmes

We provide a range of regular and special events for the public to learn about Chinese Singaporean culture in refreshing ways. These include:

SINGAPO(ren): Discovering Chinese Singaporean Culture is a free exhibition which uses examples from food, music, popular culture, language and festivals to showcase the distinctiveness of our local Chinese culture through an immersive interactive experience.

TGIF Music Station is a series of free performances every fortnight by singers from Singapore's lively Mandarin pop scene.

Sing.Lang is our annual large-scale Mandarin pop concert that features Singaporean artistes who have made great waves overseas, and the next generation of rising artistes.

Cultural Extravaganza (CE) is an annual festival with an exciting line-up of programmes by the best of Singapore's Chinese arts and cultural groups.

RE.MIX puts together all things fun about culture for youths by youths. The annual festival brings together young artistes' fresh takes on Chinese Singaporean culture, expressed through street music, dance, art, and much more.

Singapore Chinese Cultural Contribution Award (SCCCA) is an annual award conferred on individuals and organisations in recognition of their outstanding contributions in the promotion, enrichment, and development of Chinese Singaporean culture.
  • Arts & Heritage
  • Education

Katherine Choo

Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre

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