SINGAPO人: Discovering Chinese Singaporean Culture (Festivals set)
Why do Chinese Singaporean families gather to toss yusheng every Lunar New Year? Why is sugarcane so important on the ninth day of the Lunar New Year?
Discover all that and more through four fun and educational storybooks about festivals celebrated by Chinese Singaporeans, written and illustrated by Ngee Ann Polytechnic’s Chinese Studies students with the guidance of award-winning children’s illustrator Lee Kow Fong! Complete with activity guides and downloadable learning resources, this series is a must-have for your child’s cultural education. Filled with insights from the Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre’s exhibition, this exciting bilingual series is the perfect introduction to local Chinese festivals and customs!
Market: Preschool/Lower Primary
Pages: 128pp (4 volumes of 32pp books)
Language: English and Chinese
Published by Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre with Asiapac Books
Translated by Chong Lingying
Written and Illustrated by School of Humanities & Social Sciences, Ngee Ann Polytechnic
Edited by Ng Mei Wan, Shirley Khng, Viency Lee
This product contains 4 different books, as listed below:
9789811720536 "天公爱吃甘蔗? The Heaven God Loves Eating Sugarcane? (Written and Illustrated by Lim Zhi Yan)
9789811720574 新年,新习俗 New Year, New Customs (Written and Illustrated by Tobias Tan Xin Hong)
9789811720581 玉兔一家的中秋节 Celebrating Mid-Autumn Festival on the Moon (Written and Illustrated by Cedrick Tan Wei Cong)
9789811720598 来捞鱼生 Let’s Lohei (Written and Illustrated by Lee May Yee)