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  • Nanyang Chinese

    Nanyang Chinese

    Nanyang (now known as Southeast Asia) was one of the main destinations for Chinese migrants and we will explore how these pioneers coped with settling down in a foreign land and how they integrated their culture with the countries they chose to build their futures and raise their families. Through their reflections, the audience will be lead to understand how the gaps between the different cultures were bridged. The emigration of Ethnic Chinese (also called “the Han people” or Chinese in ancient times) were said to begin during the Shang dynasty. Subsequently, many Chinese stayed overseas due to many reasons including business, to seek refuge or for religious purposes. Larger numbers migrated to countries in the South China Seas after the expeditionary voyages of Admiral Cheng Ho, a favored eunuch of Ming emperor, Yong Le. Three primary reasons for the emigration of Ethnic Chinese: economic reasons after The Voyages of Cheng Ho, post Opium War migration and the move from Fujian-Guangdong to Indonesia. In the past, it was about tradition. Now it is about economic motivation.
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  • Our Daily Food

    Our Daily Food

    The series adopts a “food map” presentation to bring the audience around world to explore the original source of the ingredients as well as their processing grounds of our food which we are familiar with and explore how these ingredients are affecting the food culture of different countries and as comparison to Singapore’s food culture. Starting from Singapore and travel around the world to explore the original source of ingredients of our food which we are familiar with in our daily life. To explore how these ingredients are affecting the food culture of different countries and Singapore and learn more about the source of origin.
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  • Schools Unlimited

    Schools Unlimited

    Every student has a dream to study abroad. This has become the coming of age ceremony for many youths today. The host will visit different countries to find Singaporean students and see how they cope with study life overseas. The program is also a guide for youths who are interested to study abroad.
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  • Where to Stay?

    Where to Stay?

    The cosmopolitan urban-dwellers of Singapore enjoy the comfort of modern living, yet they continue to have plenty to complain about. This infotainment travelogue compares living conditions in rural areas with lack of modern technology against modern city living, in the hope that viewers may come to realize that where they live and stay may just be the most comfortable after all. In each episode, two hosts will head to two different countries or different areas in the same countries. One of the hosts will travel to a place far from civilization, to experience the local way of life. For a short period of time, the host will live with a local, and spend a few days with him or her, including eating the same food and staying under the same roof. Urban city dwellers have difficulties coping when they do not have access to modern conveniences and technology. The other host will head to a modern city. From the viewpoint of a Singaporean, the host will experience the life in an advanced country, and from there, reflect on his or her own life.
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  • World Food

    World Food

    Food of the past and present around the world is a cultural transformation. From food and ingredients, there is interesting comparison between food cultures of the East & West. Why do Easterners like tofu but Westerners do not and Cheese is liked by the Eurasians and nomads but not the Han people?
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