HERITAGE

HERITAGE

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  1. Mohammad Kamal, 59, a worker at Salama Mahmoud Salama's dye workshop, carries yarn to hang out

    Dye workshop a colourful dip into old Cairo craft

    In Cairo's centuries-old Darb al-Ahmar district, Salama Mahmoud Salama's traditional dye workshop is a multi-coloured hive of workers busy with ...
  2. Toshiyuki Jikko of Sakai's famous knife-making company Jikko

    In Japan’s city of knives, he keeps a family tradition on the cutting edge

    Toshiyuki Jikko is a fourth-generation knife craftsman running his family’s business in Sakai – a dream he’s had since he was a child.
  3. In Osaka, how a family-owned ryokan and onsen is preserving its heritage

    In Osaka, how a family-owned ryokan and onsen is preserving its heritage

    Yukiko Yamasaki and her husband Kazuhiro run Amami Onsen Nanten-en, a traditional ryokan in Osaka prefecture. Amid rapid modernisation, the couple ...
  4. Singapore's national symbols remain a platform for the people's common aspirations.

    Five things you didn’t know about these symbols of Singaporean nationhood

    They represent the nation’s highest ideals, but had to be created in a hurry to rally the people to a new vision. After 60 years, there are ...
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    Ep 2: Food Fighters

    From a Eurasian pie that's almost vanished from kitchens, to a Michelin Bib Gourmand Dum Biryani and the elusive Malay kueh, Badak Berendam, ...
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    Ep 1: Heritage Heroes

    From a 15-year old Chinese opera singer to an artist creating Singapore-inspired Rangoli and a man reviving Kristang, an almost extinct language, ...
  7. Building owners, industry professionals important players in heritage conservation: Desmond Lee | Video
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    Building owners, industry professionals important players in heritage conservation: Desmond Lee | Video

    At the Urban Redevelopment Authority's Architectural Awards, two projects were honoured for their restoration efforts this year. Speaking at the ...
  8. Which of these should we preserve?

    Commentary: We can’t save the Sentosa Merlion, but can sure protect other aspects of Singapore’s heritage

    In space-starved Singapore, it is important to preserve our intangible cultural icons too, says Karen Tee.