To support racial harmony education in schools and community levels, the OnePeople portal provides resources such as books, toolkits, research articles, photos and exhibition panels. We aim to be the one-stop resource centre to deepen discussion and engagement in all sectors of society.
Photo and Exhibition Panels
OnePeople.sg has a collection of exhibition panels that portray racial harmony in Singapore by thematically representing the shared experiences between different cultures and religious practices. The cultural themes are costumes, traditional medicines, games, heroes/ pioneers, performing arts and weddings. The religious practices are Sutra Chanting, Friday Prayers, Flower Shop, Baptism, Chinese Opera, Jewish Kosher Shop, Arab Street Carpet Shop, Kristang Dance, Taoist Funeral Wake and Catholic Gift Shop. The panels are lightweight, portable and suitable for both indoor and outdoor exhibitions and measure 200cm (length) x 80cm (width).
OnePeople.sg has a diverse collection of audio, video and interactive media materials available to the public. The ever-growing collection was contributed by Self help groups, Community Development Council and a number of Onepeople.sg partners. The media aids available are useful reference and research materials for racial harmony initiatives and showcase the multiculturalism and multiracialism of Singapore.
A collection of photographs on the theme of racial harmony in Singapore is available to the public. The vibrant photographs were winning entries from a competition sponsored by Konica. The photographs portray the multiculturalism of Singapore through different lens from young student photographers to professional masterpieces. The high quality photographs are an excellent visual media for racial harmony initiatives and corresponding publications.