NTU Chinese Heritage Centre

The Chinese Heritage Centre in Nanyang Technological University does not charge admission fees for Singapore citizen and permanent residents.

Standing at the bottom of the stairs, I can only manage to capture half of the building in my photo.

The ground floor houses the library.

This one-and-only hand-embroidery named Hundred Flowers Blossom (百花齐放) is placed on the second floor. This embroidery on silk took about 4.5 years to complete and it involved about 400 workers in China.

The Nantah Pictorial Exhibition is also found on the second floor.

It's not a big exhibition, but it records the founding of the university.

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