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#IAmBilingualSG Call for Projects

The Fund has launched a #IAmBilingualSG Call for Projects to support the nurturing of bilingualism 

in young children at home. The application window starts from 

6 May to 31 July 2020.

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Successful Applicants and their Supported Proposals

Junction Tree is Singapore's first locally produced, bilingual pre-school programme. It is available in English-Chinese, English-Malay and English-Tamil versions. Junction Tree won the "Best Preschool Programme" for Singapore at the Asian Academy Creative Awards in 2018. The programme can be viewed on free-to-air channels and digital entertainment platform Toggle.

Singapore Federation of Chinese Clans Associations (SFCCA)

To commemorate the Singapore Bicentennial, Singapore Federation of Chinese Clans Associations (SFCCA) is showcasing the "New World.New Life" exhibition to pay tribute to our nation's forefathers. The bilingual (EL-CL) exhibition, which is supported by LKYFB, is the biggest and longest multi-sensory interactive exhibition ever held in 33 years of SFCCA's history.

gapore Hokkien Huay Kuan Cultural Academy

To cultivate students' interests in the Chinese language, Singapore Hokkien Huay Kuan Culural Academy organized 15 sessions of Chinese drama performances for school students. The performances incorporated active audience interaction, and came with post-show language and drama activities for the audience.

Zuzanita Zakaria

The bilingual book Alif Is Not Coming Down (Alif Tidak Mahu Turun) written by Ms Zuzanita Zakaria was published with support from the Fund.

Singapore Tamil Teachers' Union
Singapore Tamil Teachers' Union organized the World Tamil Teachers' Conference (WTTC) in conjunction with World Tamil Teachers' Organization and SUSS. About 350 delegates attended the conference to share and learn about best practices and research findings to enhance the teaching and learning of Tamil language.