Singapore Book Council Academy
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THE BOOK COUNCIL
1968 – 2018
We celebrate 50 years of promoting Singapore literature! The Book Council is a charity focused on Building Our Imagine-nation to develop creativity, imagination and original thought by supporting the creation of local stories through writing, reading, illustrating & storytelling.
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மஹாபரதா, என்ற வரலாறு காவியம், பற்பல வடிவங்களில்பற்பல பார்வையாளர்களுக்கு படைக்கப்பட்டுள்ளது. நம்மைக்காட்டிற்க்கும், மாளிகைக்கும், குடிசைக்கும் கொண்டுசெ ன்றிருக்கும் இந்த காவியம் இப்போது விளையாட்டு வடிவில்நம்மை ஈர்த்து செல்லுலது. இந்த நிகழ்ச்சி 6 - 9 வயதுள்ள சிறுவர்களுக்கு பொருந்தும். The Mahabharatha is an Indian epic that has been retold in many forms and to many audiences. This great tale has introduced us to magnificent jungle landscapes, deceitful saboteurs and finery of India in prose and plays. The Muddle of Mahabharatha game offers children of ages 6 - 9, a chance to experience the adventures of the royal Pandava brothers in a boardgame format. Website
Friday night at Goodman Arts Centre will never be the same on 30th November! For a change, we are bringing a night shopping experience to this quaint, tranquil compound. With the festive season approaching, come and get your early Christmas gifts from our curated vendors. Or make one yourself at our Christmas jar workshop. Website
LOOKING BACK ON A LOST PAST [Nov 14]
By Audrey Chan Li Yi Diploma in Creative Writing for TV and New Media Singapore Polytechnic Andrew Koh’s contributions to Singapore’s arts scene make for impressive reading. He is a founding member of The Necessary Stage theatre company and his 1994 novella, Glass Cathedral, won the... Details
Thank-you and farewell [Jul 28]
Dear friends, I am calling it a day. At the recent Annual General Meeting held on 14 July, my retirement as Executive Director (ED) from the National Book Development Council of Singapore (The Book Council) was announced by our Chairperson, Ms Claire Chiang. My last day with the organisation is on 31... Details
For someone with a teaching background, it was challenging to make the transition from academia to project management. I was grateful that my media background came in handy when I joined NBDCS, and especially when I was tasked to manage the All In! Young Writers Festival, immediately after its run... Details