Joint Conference and Meeting [JCM 2016] – Vendor “Open House” Invitation

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SMU Libraries cordially invite you to an ‘Open House’ to meet, network and get the latest product updates by sponsors who generously supported the JCM 2016 to be held at the Li Ka Shing Library, Singapore Management University on 18th May 2016.

Date: Wed, 18th May 2016
Time: 2pm – 5pm
Venue: Learning Labs, Level 5. Li Ka Shing Library, Singapore Management University

Free! But Registration is Required. Register Here: https://www.regonline.com/ebslg2016jcm_openhouse [Light Refreshments will be served].

Closing Date: 27th April 2016

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IEEE – LAS Forum 2016

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Preschool & Primary Teachers Congress

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Asian Festival of Children’s Content 2016

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From the Stacks: Highlights of the National Library

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30 January 2016 – 29 August 2016
National Library Gallery, Level 10
National Library Building

Documents, publications and photographs from Singapore’s early days reveal fascinating insights into our history and culture. For instance, an 1819 document on the establishment of Malay College reveals how Raffles envisioned Singapore not just as a commercial hub but also as a centre for learning, culture and the arts.

Early literary works, religious tracts and dictionaries point to a thriving publishing industry in Singapore with printing presses run by English missionaries, Chinese literati and Muslim publishers. Cross-cultural exchanges, which have always been an element of Singapore society, gave rise to the first ‘fusion’ recipes in early cookbooks such as The Mem’s Own Cookery Book, published in 1929. As Singapore came into its own, discussions and debates about the Singapore identity are reflected in early 20th century magazines and 1950s poetry.

Discover early Singapore from a fresh perspective through over 100 highlights from the National Library’s collection of rare publications, manuscripts, documents, maps, photographs and more.

Download your copy of the brochure here.

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