How may the understanding of history and heritage in Singapore reflect the segregation among different cultural identities? What are some of the common blindspots which are missed out in the dominant discourses of history and heritage here? So are there means of bridging the chasm as a form of intercultural dialogue?

Speakers Mohamed Imran Mohamed Taib and Tan Shao Han will address these questions by sharing their interpretation of some relevant readings. This is a semi-public event that adopts the format of a book club meeting.

[Part of Survey: Space, Sharing, Haunting curated by Post-Museum]