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There is a Chinese takeaway in every town in the UK. British Chinese kids who were born and grew up in the UK spoke much better English than their parents. The longer version of the film can be seen here.

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Now Playing. This exhibition explores the world of food packaging in Singapore, from the early bottling and canning factories in the late 19th to early 20th centuries, to the light industries of the s - s when food was manufactured in factories. Growing Up.

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Daily from 10am — 7pm Last admission at 6. Free admission for Singaporeans, Permanent Residents and visitors aged 6 years and below. The s and s was a tumultuous period of change for Singapore. From self-governance to its merger with Malaya and then to independence , it was a time when Singapore was beset with uncertainties and challenges as it sought an identity it could call its own.

Growing Up Today (or the Lack Thereof)

Despite the political turbulence and social unrest, children growing up in those times were still able to enjoy happy childhood years. This gallery offers insight on the experiences of growing up in Singapore during the s and s through familiar social spaces where children would have spent most of their time.

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