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2009 November 29

Have you watched Little Nyonya before? Guess this drama has created a lot of buzz about the Peranakan Culture when it was telecasted in 2008. While I am not a fan of this drama due to overacting by some of the cast, it did intrigue me to make my first trip to the Peranakan Museum in December 2008.


The Museum is the first in the world to explore Peranakan cultures in the former Straits Settlements of Singapore, Malacca and Penang and their links with other Penarakan communities in Southeast Asia.

On 20 Nov 09, I’ve made my second trip to the Peranakan Museum by the invitation of Hisham and the Peranakan Association to be part of the Big Baba Blogout! No doubt this is my second visit to the museum, I was able to capture the artifacts from a different perspective. But is visiting the Peranakan Museum the best way to experience the Penarakan culture? It will be even better if you are able to immerse the culture yourself

Do check out the Biggest and Best Babazaar at SMU Concourse today (29 November 09) between 11am – 6pm held in conjunction with the Peranakan Festival! Let the Nyonya favourites, including genuine home-made delights whet your appetite and view intricate craft and decorative items, to complete your Peranakan experiential journey after your visit to the Peranakan Museum!

I would like to thank Hisham and the Peranakan Association for the invitation of this Big Baba Blogout! 🙂

Update: Agrh. I am down with a bad flu. Will not be able to go to Babazaar today 🙁

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