Highlights

为了培养我国双语双文化优秀人才,新加坡宗乡会馆联合总会特设立奖学金,每年资助五名优秀的学生前往中国的顶尖大学攻读本科学位。此奖学金自4月1日起正式接受申请。 |With the aim to foster bilingual and bi-cultural talents, SFCCA Scholarship will be awarded to up to five outstanding students pursuing their studies in top-ranking Chinese universities annually. Applications open from 1 April.
宗乡总会去年委任了一群“融合大使”,以培育他们参与及策划与社区融合相关的项目,共同为促进国家融合献力。为此,总会于3月7日和15日举办了“融合大使培训:CORE行为风格工作坊“。| A network of Integration Advocates was appointed in 2019 to facilitate and contribute towards SFCCA's efforts in promoting social harmony. On 7 and 15 March, the Advocates attended a workshop to strengthen their understanding of different behaviourial styles.
全国正在抗击2019新型冠状病毒 (COVID-19)。在最前线紧守岗位并救治病人的医护人员发挥无私奉献、英勇奋战的精神。为了向医护人员致意并给予精神鼓励,宗乡会馆联合总会正在召集善心人士与会员团体捐献现款、物品或提供运输服务。有关详情,请参阅  www.tinyurl.com/covid2019 或扫描链接内的QR码。 | To honour all the frontline healthcare workers who are holding the fort amidst the COVID-19 outbreak, SFCCA is gathering the support of our member associations and members of the public to offer donations and/or support.
宗乡总会的青年委员会成员和融合大使随同交通部兼文化、社区及青年部高级政务次长马炎庆与其他社区团体的义工们派发“关怀包”给德士司机,为他们加油打气。| Together with Mr Baey Yam Keng and volunteers from other organisations, members of SFCCA's Youth Committee and Integration Advocates distributed "care packs" to taxi drivers, cheering them on as Singapore continues to combat COVID-19.
此次的领导对话会邀请了卫生部长颜金勇担任对话嘉宾,与113位华社领导分享并讲解如何抗击2019冠状病毒疾病疫情 (COVID-19)。 |113 leader representatives from various Chinese clan and cultural member bodies attended the dialogue. Guest speaker, Minister for Health Mr Gan Kim Yong, shared with participants the latest COVID-19 developments and precautionary measures which all should practise.
宗乡总会会长陈奕福和义工们随同国务资政兼国家安全统筹部长张志贤、内政部兼国家发展部高级政务次长孙雪玲及白沙—榜鹅集选区议员再纳到访盛港、榜鹅和巴西立综合诊疗所,分发了"关怀包" 给在面对2019 新型冠状病毒疫情却紧守岗位的综合诊疗所职员们。 |Together with Mr Teo Chee Hean, Ms Sun Xueling and Mr Zainal Bin Sapari, SFCCA President Mr Tan Aik Hock and volunteers visited Sengkang, Punggol and Pasir Ris Polyclinics to give out "care packs" to Polyclinic staff, bringing cheer to them amidst the COVID-19 outbreak.
聚会中,奖学金得主们与奖学金管委会相聚交流,分享自身在中国独特的经历与体会。|  During the lunch gathering between SFCCA scholars and the scholarship management committee, scholars chatted heartily and shared with one another the different aspects of their overseas study experience in China.
经过三年多的筹备,由新加坡宗乡会馆联合总会与世界科技出版公司联合出版的英文版《新加坡华人通史》(A General History of the Chinese in Singapore)终于在6月24日面世了。| "A General History of the Chinese in Singapore", co-published by the Singapore Federation of Chinese Clan Associations (SFCCA) and World Scientific Publishing Co Pte Ltd, is available for purchase with effect from 24th June.
新加坡宗乡会馆联合总会为纪念新加坡开埠两百周年,推出的《落地生根,开拓新家园》展览在一片好评中圆满落幕。为延续这个呈现狮城两百年历史的展览,宗乡总会携手推广华文学习委员会,将展览搬到线上,通过虚拟展览的形式,让公众进入时光隧道,探索先辈飘洋过海、落地生根的旅程。 | The "New World, New Life" exhibition is back! Brought to you by Singapore Federation of Chinese Clan Associations and Committee to Promote Chinese Language Learning, come along with us on a virtual tour from the comfort of your own couch.
With the aim to foster bilingual and bi-cultural talents, SFCCA Scholarship will be awarded to up to five outstanding students pursuing their studies in top-ranking Chinese universities annually. Applications open from 1 April.
A network of Integration Advocates was appointed in 2019 to facilitate and contribute towards SFCCA's efforts in promoting social harmony. On 7 and 15 March, the Advocates attended a workshop to strengthen their understanding of different behaviourial styles.
To honour all the frontline healthcare workers who are holding the fort amidst the COVID-19 outbreak, SFCCA is gathering the support of our member associations and members of the public to offer donations and/or support.
Together with Mr Baey Yam Keng and volunteers from other organisations, members of SFCCA's Youth Committee and Integration Advocates distributed "care packs" to taxi drivers, cheering them on as Singapore continues to combat COVID-19.
113 leader representatives from various Chinese clan and cultural member bodies attended the dialogue. Guest speaker, Minister for Health Mr Gan Kim Yong, shared with participants the latest COVID-19 developments and precautionary measures which all should practise.
Together with Mr Teo Chee Hean, Ms Sun Xueling and Mr Zainal Bin Sapari, SFCCA President Mr Tan Aik Hock and volunteers visited Sengkang, Punggol and Pasir Ris Polyclinics to give out "care packs" to Polyclinic staff, bringing cheer to them amidst the COVID-19 outbreak.
During the lunch gathering between SFCCA scholars and the scholarship management committee, scholars chatted heartily and shared with one another the different aspects of their overseas study experience in China.
"A General History of the Chinese in Singapore", co-published by the Singapore Federation of Chinese Clan Associations (SFCCA) and World Scientific Publishing Co Pte Ltd, is available for purchase with effect from 24th June.
 The "New World, New Life" exhibition is back! Brought to you by Singapore Federation of Chinese Clan Associations and Committee to Promote Chinese Language Learning, come along with us on a virtual tour from the comfort of your own couch.

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Singapore Teo Chew Lee Clan Association
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