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Join us for this forum and meet with expert speakers on the meaning and significance of these developments. Please register early as seats are limited!

The Singapore Heritage Society is pleased to announce our forthcoming forum entitled: “Globalising the Local: World Heritage in Singapore”

Date/ Time: Sunday 10 Nov 2013/ 2pm
Place: Asian Civilisations Museum (Ngee Ann Auditorium)
Limited seats; click here to register:
http://worldheritageinsg.eventbrite.com

In December 2012 the historic Singapore Botanic Gardens became a nominee for UNESCO World Heritage site status. In October 2013 Bukit Brown was selected by the World Monuments Fund to be included in the 2014 World Monuments Watch list. Two equally deserving heritage sites on different pathways towards international recognition.

What does it mean to be recognised as a World Heritage site or to be on the World Monuments Watch list? Are these new ways of thinking about the significance of heritage in Singapore? Can heritage give us insights into what being global means for Singapore and Singaporeans?

Join us at the Forum where we will hear expert speakers explain the meaning and significance of these developments. Please register early as seats are limited.

Moderator: Dr Chua Ai Lin. President, Singapore Heritage Society

Speakers:
Dr Kevin YL Tan. President, ICOMOS Singapore
Dr Ian Chong. Political Scientist
Ms Faizah Jamal. Nominated Member of Parliament
Dr Lai Chee Kien. Architect

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