Monday, January 26, 2009

Peranakan Museum

Sorry for my disappearance for a week. I didn't forget to update my blog, I've just recovered from my cold.

I went to the Peranakan Museum to visit the Serenity in Stone: The Qingzhou Discovery exhibition. Singapore is the only place in Southeast Asia to have this exhibition. However no photographs were allowed in this exhibition. But I still can take photographs in the rest of the galleries without flash. Another reason that I wanted to visit this museum was because of the influence by a drama called The Little Nyonya. If you like this drama like me, you should consider a trip to the museum too. This museum is all about the Nyonya culture.

Here are some of the photos.

Listening to what Peranakan ladies chatted about in the past.

Listening to Peranakan food introductions. I'm fascinated about these Baba porcelains.

Continuing to watch some Peranakans talking here.

And resting! :D

Off to Chinatown.

To enjoy the Lunar New Year atmosphere.

Peek a boo!

Playing around.

Happy Lunar New Year everyone!


technomedic said...

Hi sweetie,
You know what, you are awesome I just love your style of presenting the trips and above all I love your eyes which looks so lively and hilarious....keep it up c u

Bear Bear said...

Thanks Technomedic!

But hilarious??? @__@

jerine said...

i think technomedic means animated instead of hilarious.

gong xi fa chai!!!!

Ricky said...

Last time I also take the picture inside the museum, without flash. When I'm almost exit, they force me to delete the picture T_T

Bear Bear said...

Jerine: Animated sounds cute!!! :D

Ricky: You're so unlucky!!! Heee...^^

Actually I asked the staff about photography and they told me that I can take photography without flash everywhere inside the museum except the Serenity in Stone: The Qingzhou Discovery exhibition.

-JoJo- said...

Happy Niu Year Bear Bear!

Technomedico said...

Hilarious means joyous, full of happiness.....thats what you are
but definitely not "animated"

Jerine said...

hahaha...i'll add you to my lonely-people-on-chinese-new-year list

eMz said...

the trip looks very educational. excellent work! ^_^