Do you know the origin of Chinese New Year traditions? Why are offerings made to Kitchen God or Zao Shen (灶神) on the 24th Day of the 12th Lunar month? What is “Festival of Po Wu (破五节)”? We cordially invite you to 158 Telok Ayer Street, Thian Hock Keng to visit the Cultural Exhibition – “The Forgotten Traditions of Chinese New Year” from 15 Feb 18 (Chinese New Year’s Eve) to 4 Mar 18 (16th Day of the 1st Lunar month. Or you can join our guided tours and learn more about traditions and customs.
The SUSS-Singapore Federation of Chinese Clan Associations (SFCCA) Sponsorship scheme was first introduced in 2011. The scheme hopes to encourage lifelong learning and to nurture a bilingual and bi-cultural workforce.
With the aim to foster bilingual and bicultural talents, SFCCA cholarship will be awarded to five outstanding students pursuing their studies in top-ranking Chinese universities annually. The recipients will receive fifteen thousand dollars for each academic year, to finance their studies and living expenses.
CDAC-SFCCA Student Assistance & Support Scheme is a financial assistance scheme for needy students to encourage them to continue with their education, and to motivate them to strive for greater achievements.