Cultural Heritage Education Programme (2016 - Present)

 

The Cultural Heritage Education Programme is a set of educational modules revolving around the concept of sustainable heritage by educating and encouraging young people (aged from 10 to 18) to connect with their culture as well as environment.

These curated programmes also enable the younger generations to appreciate, understand and interpret the World Heritage Site through different levels of participation: from a 3-hour curriculum to projects stretching as far as weeks. Programmes reach out to students using different ways using traditional craft, traditional games, culinary arts, interactive trails, visual and performing arts.

Registration for CHEP 2019 ends 5 May 2019. Sign up here.

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Chen Yoke Pin