This collection of stories, essays and poems looks at the impact of the Japanese Occupation of Singapore in the Second World War (1942-1945) from the perspective of those interred at Bukit Brown Cemetery. The highlights of the book are stories …
Through aerial videography, see Bukit Brown from another perspective, including some sights that are no longer. Bukit Brown is on the 2014 World Monuments Watch for endangered sites. Visit now, before an 8-lane highway changes the landscape beyond recognition. For …
Singapore Heritage Society Statement on the listing of Bukit Brown in 2014 World Monuments Watch (10 Oct 2013)
by Terence Chong, Yeo Kang Shua and Tan Wee Cheng (First published in Today, 6 April 2013)
A one-day celebration of Bukit Brown, with photo exhibitions, expert presentations, a public forum and the premiere of a new documentary film on Bukit Brown!
A Seminar by Educators and Students
The Singapore Heritage Society and the School of Law, Singapore Management University invite you to a public forum on “The Cost and Value of Heritage in Singapore: The Belitung Shipwreck and Bukit Brown”
The Singapore Heritage Society’s response to the announcement of the aligned road through Bukit Brown….