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George Lyndon Hicks Fellowship 2018 Sharing | Lee Ching Seng and Danny Chin

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Level 1, Visitors' Briefing Room, National Library Building

100 Victoria Street

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The George Lyndon Hicks Fellowship for Southeast Asia Collections (GLHF) aims to attract top-tier professionals to work with the National Library to develop the Singapore and Southeast Asia collection. Join us for this sharing by Mr Lee Ching Seng and Mr Danny Chin.

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Mr Lee Ching Seng
Constructing the Story of Early Chinese Schools in Singapore (1819-1941)

In this talk, Mr Lee Ching Seng will share collective observations and reflections on early Chinese schools in Singapore and their social and political significance, as detailed in official documents and private writings.

Get the chance to view a selection of rare photographs of early Chinese schools from the National Library and National Archives of Singapore’s collection.

Mr Danny Chin
The Status of Chinese and Indian Genealogy

Discover the many insights the National Library’s Chinese and Indian family history collection reveals on roots tracing in this talk by Mr Danny Chin.

On Chinese genealogy, Mr Chin will share his observations on enriching this area of study through cooperation among commercial, non-profit and governmental organisations in this field of research. While Indian genealogy remains a unique feature of traditional Indian family culture, Mr Chin will reveal the enormous efforts required to make resources available.

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Singapore

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