The Worlds of Singapore
Leisure as a subject matter of mass culture took on a special character in the inter-war years of Singapore’s history. This resulted partly from Singapore’s position as a vital criss-cross of commercial exchanges, and flows of material and people; and partly because of its audience – the burgeoning urban population in the Central Area of the colony. The leisure forms in the spatial setting of amusement parks, collectively as “Worlds,” are reviewed in this presentation.
Venue：Seminar Room, Level 2
Date：WED 28 OCT 2009 7:00pm
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Dr Wong Yunn Chii is presently the Head of the Department of Architecture, National University of Singapore. He teaches design and history of modern architecture; and he researches on the development of and changes in architecture in Singapore.