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2021 Events

Alysa Wu, our Culinary Arts volunteer, and Ziyi Yan hosted a workshop on February 14, 2021 to make decadent green tea-flavored chocolates for Valentine's Day.

(We removed the participants' face and their names to abide by all rules and regulations required by Singapore National Library)

Beatrice Low conducted a virtual workshop hosted by the Singapore National Library for children aged 7 to 9 on March 6, 2021. The workshop was meant to inspire students in focusing more on the area of arts, motivate them to play a musical instrument, and teach them ways to explore music and incorporate music into their own lives. The workshop gave an overall view of music as well as the basic music theory including notes on the staff, note values, and basic music terms. A brief introduction to orchestral instruments was also introduced. Participants also learned about famous composers including J. S. Bach, Wolfgang A. Mozart, and John Williams. At the end of the session, everyone demonstrated what they learned through a fun quiz!

'Music is the language of the spirit. It opens the secret of life bringing peace, abolishing strife.' - Kahlil Gibran. Ziyi Yan organized the 2021 talent show on April 26, 2021 with the goal to inspire everyone to enjoy the power of music in our life. All students taking our program participated in this event and congratulations to all winners! 

Alice Chow Pharmacist, Health and Wellness Educator provided a webinar "Make Every Bite Count" on May 1, 2021, to our students at ELA programs as a part of cultural exchange with students in China. 

Ziyi Yan organized a Spring Concert on June 5, 2021 for the voice class which attracted 7 students to performed in the concert. 

Joshua Zheng prepared an episode about Russian Artistic Circles of the 20th Century on August  29th, 2021 

Amy Tian is a recent graduate of the University of Chicago who aspires to blend science, arts, and public policy together to create a more sustainable for people and the planet. She provided a workshop on October 1st, 2021 to share the book "Who Are Our Heroes" written by Eliana Melmed, who studies public policy and media, arts, and design, and Amy Tian, who studies biology and public policy.

Daniella Liang made a presentation on November 25, 2021 about cornbread as part of the Thanksgiving celebration.

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