School of Social Sciences

To Sustain Local Food Culture, Go Global

Singapore’s local cuisine is the outcome of different food traditions intermingling through trade and cultural exchange. As what the world eats becomes increasingly globalised, Prof Lily Kong argues that the best way to keep Singaporean food culture alive is to share it with others abroad.
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Breaking Down Barriers With Cai Yinzhou

Everyone has the ability to effect positive changes on society if we can first open our eyes to the reality that social barriers are omnipresent. And no one exemplifies this better than SMU Masters student Cai Yinzhou.
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More Than Just Managers, Enabling the Arts

SMU undergraduate Carissa Lim shares 5 insights about art management that she's learnt from her interviews with four Singapore arts managers, for her arts and culture management industry project module.
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A Dance Spectator’s Perspective on Engagement

Ever walked away from a performance not knowing what to feel? Natalie Khoo shares her perspectives on what more can be done to create an environment rich with new ideas, debates and discussions in the performing arts.
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Feeding Singapore: A Hungry City in a Fragile World

Singapore's heavy reliance on imported food is gradually being threatened by global conditions of open markets, free trade and the onset of climate change. David Chen and fellow Masters alumni suggest tapping into Ag-tech.
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