Mapping the Southern Islands' Heritage Landscape: Integrating culture and nature in heritage conservation

Asia Research Institute (National University of Singapore)| Asian Urbanism

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October 2018

BBQ with the Islanders!

Over the 40 years after they have shifted out from the islands, these islanders still met annually to catch up with each other. In fact, we were invited to a BBQ organised by the islanders at East Coast Park on… Continue Reading →

St. John’s Island as a Quarantine Station

In 1874 (November), St John’s Island became a quarantine centre when, a year earlier, a severe cholera epidemic broke out which claimed the lives of 357 people.[1] This prompted Andrew Clarke, who was then the British Governor in Singapore, to… Continue Reading →

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