Projects

[This is a list of projects about Singapore or created by Singapore-based teams. To submit a project, please fill in this form.]

Southeast Asia in the Ming Shi-lu

The Ming Shi-lu (明實錄) (also known as the Veritable Records of the Ming Dynasty) is a collective name for the successive reign annals of

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The Labyrinth Project

A Research Initiative for Creating New Models of Database Narrative and Digital Scholarship. https://dornsife.usc.edu/labyrinth/laby.html

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Music SG

MusicSG is a non-profit digital archive set up to digitise, archive and provide access to all forms of published Singapore musical works. It assembles

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The Tamil Digital Heritage (TDH)

The Tamil Digital Heritage (TDH) Collection you see in this section is the digital version of Singapore Tamil literature books published between 1965, when

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Darwin Online

Edited by John van Wyhe Darwin Online is the largest and most widely consulted edition of the writings of Darwin ever published. It is

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Singapore Places of Worship 新加坡多元宗教之美

An interactive map of 381 art pieces by Dr. Ho Chee Lick, comprising Chinese shrines of Buddhism, Taoism, popular religion and sectarian religions, churches,

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Map of Origins: Chinese Clans in Singapore 新加坡华人宗乡之情

A comprehensive listing of Chinese Clan Associations in Singapore. Using Google Maps, these Associations have been mapped out for geographic exploration. http://libportal.nus.edu.sg/frontend/ms/sg-chinese-clans/about-sg-chinese-clans

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Contemporary Wayang Archive

The Contemporary Wayang Archive (CWA) is a collection of re-elaborations of Java’s oldest performance tradition. All of the performances were recorded in 21st century

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Asian Shakespeare Intercultural Archive (A|S|I|A)

Asian performance cultures interact with the idea of Shakespeare in richly diverse ways. The Asian Shakespeare Intercultural Archive (A|S|I|A) is building a multilingual online

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The Singapore Chronicle

The Singapore Chronicle, the first newspaper in Singapore, was first issued on 1 January 1824. Originally owned by publisher and editor, Francis James Bernard,

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