Small Talk @ Kovan Hub – 27th April 2013
I would like to thank Rane and Jennifer for having so much faith in the importance of this project. Although the concept is new to them, they supported us wholeheartedly with the belief that this would benefit our community. I am pleased to share that Small Talk at Kovan Hub has sparked the interest in a group of students from Ngee Ann Poly to trace their own dialects. This gives us the confidence to elevate Small Talk to the inter-generation level.
I am grateful for this opportunity to work with PA, Kovan CC and the seniors from Joylink, to rediscover the stories that bind us, the people, to the land we live on. We may come from different races, countries, or even generations, but the kampong spirit lives on if we continue to create, collect, and tell our stories as Singaporeans.
<Bond to Last> Our direction towards community arts.