Picturing Chinatown is a photography-based, collaborative reflective
storytelling project on everyday life in Singapore’s Chinatown.

Participants who joined answered this call:
Do you know a different side of Chinatown others do not see?
Do you feel Chinatown is rapidly changing?
Do you feel Chinatown could better reflect its rich heritage,
or better celebrate the diversity of people who live and work there?

The project consists of six biweekly workshops, in which inquisitive souls came together to stimulate discussion, ideas, and stories of Chinatown. At the end of the project, workshop participants produced a photo essay, for a chance to have their ideas showcased on this website.

This project is supported under the Singapore Memory Project’s irememberSG Fund, as part of the Singapore50 (SG50) celebrations.

Presented by Singapore Heritage Society