Come spend the afternoon learning amazing facts about the native wildlife of Singapore and why we should take really good care of them! Create your favourite animal artworks and turn them into stick puppets to participate in interactive storytelling where you get to make important decisions.
This programme is recommended for ages 7 – 10.
Chen Junhua was a teacher in a local primary school for over 15 years and a graduate from Nanyang Technological University with a major in the English Language. He has the distinction of being the sole two-time champion of the writing competition hosted by FairyTalez.com under the pen name Heroald Chern, under which he also authored the fairy tale, Library of Mystory, Royal Dragonfly Book Award Winner for Chapter Books. More recently his book, Beware the Sunda Slow Loris and other Singaporean Fables was featured on The Straits Times and a finalist for the Feather Quill Book Awards for Children’s Early Readers. In years of teaching, he has learned to harness the power of using storytelling as a tool for the teaching of morals and values.
Chan Shu Yin is an artist and art therapist. She serves adolescents and adults in private practice, and works with other organisations to bring art therapy to at-risk groups. Shu Yin has facilitated and co-created public art with or for the community at Singapore Art Week 2020, and Light to Night Festival 2021. As an artist and illustrator, she has illustrated for non-profits, performing arts groups, and books.