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  • BeMuse Volume 4, Issue 2

    BeMuse Vol 4 Issue 2

    From fabrics to artefacts, we uncover the beauty which lies beneath the surface, revealing fresh glimpses into the past and also plenty to look forward to in the future.

  • The Singapore House 1819 - 1942

    The Singapore House 1819-1942

    The Singapore House is a comprehensive study of the various domestic architectural styles that thrived in Singapore from 1819 until the outbreak of the Pacific War - from English Georgian, Victorian Eclectic, Edwardian Baroque, Arts and Crafts and Modern International to home-grown Coarsened Classical.

  • BeMuse Volume 4, Issue 1

    BeMuse Vol 4 Issue 1

    Themed ‘Exploring the World Through Artefacts: Discoveries from Afar and At Home’ this issue aims to inspire you to explore the many historic districts, monuments and museums that exist in Singapore.

  • BeMuse Volume 3, Issue 4

    BeMuse Vol 3 Issue 4

    This issue explores what sort of legacy we would like to leave for our future generations. This idea is aptly captured in the articles on Pompeii, on one of the Singapore’s pioneer artists, Cheong Soo Pieng, and on the Contemporary Art.

  • BeMuse Volume 3, Issue 3

    BeMuse Vol 3 Issue 3

    This issue celebrates the diverse heritage of ours and highlights the many hidden treasures lying in our backyard waiting to be discovered. You will soon realise that the tree biodiversity found in Bukit Timah Nature Reserve is comparable with that of the entire North American continent!

  • Attack Of The Swordfish And Other Singapore Tales

    Attack Of The Swordfish And Other Singapore Tales

    These six illustrated tales for early Primary children are all based on Singapore legends or traditions. A glossary and suggestions for activities or visits accompany each story. An attractive presentation drawn from the often over-looked local heritage.

  • Discover Singapore Heritage Trails

    Discover Singapore Heritage Trails

    The National Heritage Board outlines five walking trails through areas of Singapore where there are many evidences of the country's history and diverse heritage, together with two nature trails through the Labrador and Kent Ridge park reserves.

  • Mighty Men: Heroes Who Made A Difference

    Mighty Men: Heroes Who Made A Difference

    Mighty Men: Heroes Who Made A Difference is a collection that recounts the lives of ordinary men who rose amidst adversity to become true heroes.

  • Someone Like You: Titans Of Our Time

    Someone Like You: Titans Of Our Time

    Learn about Singapore's pioneers through colour illustrations, line drawings and jingles.

  • 10-Stories: Queenstown Through The Years (Paperback)

    10-Stories: Queenstown Through The Years (Paperback)

    In this book, 10 long-term residents of Queenstown relate personal experiences and reminiscence about their early and later lives in the ever-developing area. Coloured inset pages set out related events and official actions and policies.

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